Raymundo Medina built an enormous skeleton that seems to be climbing out of the pavement in Santa Cecilia Tláhuac, Mexico.
Dia de Muertos is the biggest celebration of the year for many Mexicans. And as everybody prepares to celebrate the dead on November 1, Raymundo Medina chose to build a gigantic skeleton that appears to be lurching out of the pavement. The illusion is made even more real with piles of crumbled concrete.
Built with papier-mâché and painted with starkly delineated black and white areas, the skeleton seems to be almost smiling, a recurring scene during the Dia de los Muertos’ celebrations.
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