It is easy to be enthralled by the beauty of Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. The Mexican holiday that celebrates death. Understanding so, the imagery associated is stunning and magical. The costumed Catrinas, with their black and white painted faces juxtaposed by beautiful altars strung in bright orange marigolds, can takeContinue reading “La Catrina: 5 Things to know about Dia de los Muertos”
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is an excellent town to visit if you like street art. It’s yearly festival, Muros en Blanco brings artists from all over the world.
Tulum, Mexico is a popular Mexico travel destination. The streets of central Tulum has excellent street art, like these Fish People paintings.
Tulum, Mexico attracts visitors all over the world for its tropical beauty, Mayan ruins and beaches. Which in turn inspires a lot of beautiful street art.
Mexican women from Guanajuato are part of the Metoo movement through street art activism.
Visit the Palacio Nacional, Secretaria de Educacion and Casa Azul, The Frida Kahlo Museum to see the work of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Mexico City.
San Miguel de Allende is small, beautiful town in central Mexico where old meets the new.
Photos and experience of Dia de los Muertos celebrations in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
There is a concentration of street art in the Guadeloupe neighborhood of San Miguel de Allende, México, especially because of the Murals en Blanco street art festival.
Immersing myself in Spanish classes in Guanajuato, Mexico at Escuela Mexicana.