Steve Seeley, Segue #115 (Devil and Frankestein)
Here, we’ll save you the 4 minutes on the Halloween Wikipedia page that it would take you to get to the more interesting pages about the background of Halloween:
- Soul cake. Soul cake??? SOUL CAKE!
Miriam Martinez, Calor De Noviembre
…A lot of my work, actually most of my work is inspired by it. It is celebrated on November the 1st and 2nd. Every year I try to come up with a different “Catrina” painting that celebrates this festivity.
Catrinas are a common character/symbol in Dia de los Muertos, she’s the goddess of the festival, the “Lady of the Dead.” This year’s Catrina by Miriam is HUGE, I mean look at it!
Her work has a lot in common – especially skeletonwise – with that of Mike Egan. See for yourself:
Mike Egan, Hello Mr. Devil
Death! Guts! Gore! And it all comes back to…….candy! Candy!
Have a good time tonight, everyone. Be safe, be funny, don’t scare little kids.