Mexican Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Wallpaper

Jan 7, 2014

Category: Living

To the uninitiated, Mexico’s Day of the Dead holiday sounds like the kinda thing you’d wanna bring a bulletproof vest to; but to those who know it well, it’s a cherished day that’s even worthy of its own 24/7 presence in your home.  This Mexican Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper features the iconic skull that is a central part of the annual celebration of deceased friends and family members. Here the detailed skull illustration gets the gold treatment while resting on a rich matte dark charcoal.

The skulls, made from sugar cane, usually have the names of living people written on the foreheads, but we’d advise against doing that in this case. Also, don’t try to eat your wall. [Purchase]

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