Mug 11 0z: Day of the dead Mug: Tia Tita Y Panchito
Day of the dead dressed skeleton showing a living room with Aunt Tita & her dog Panchito. She is in her living room all in the afterlife. Aunt Tita & Panchito her dog are enjoying their afterlife. They are now skeletons but she is dressed in her favorite loungewear and maintaining her hairdo. All her furnishings surround her from her favorite hard bound books to Panchito's bed as she sits on her favorite couch. Day of the dead is a celebration of life. It is honored yearly when loved ones still living go to their grave sites and celebrate bringing their favorite objects and food. Two back to back images of the same living room wrap around this quality glossy mug. It is printed using the newest printing techniques using quality inks. And it is an exclusive painting by Los Angeles latino artist Antonio Rael, founder of Uncle Tony's Casa de Arte. The image is is rich in bright yellows, lime green, blues, reds, and brown tones. The black outlines of the images reflect the style of Antonio's art which has been published in several university art history text books. This image is imbedded in the art history books as well. It was published in "Mexican American Art for the New Millenium," by the Bilingual Press Foundation through Arizona State University and Gary Keller.