Happy feet and sad songs:
(Sombrero tip to Laura Carlsen)
These are beautiful photos of the process of naturally dyeing and weaving textiles in Teotitlan de Valle, Oaxaca. A mí, me encantan.
This charming paper mache Day of the Dead folk art figure was made by the Bobadilla brothers of Mexico City. I’ve talked about these brothers before because they are so good at capturing the joy the deceased spirits feel when they return for their annual visit during Dia de los Muertos…always smiling and participating in the activities of life that they enjoyed when they were alive! 32 more words