You can see these are truly Mexican and NOT machine/laser cut as you can see where the chisel has been used through the plastic, these are Mexican flags, like Aboriginal art it is not Mexican when not made by Mexicans using Mexican motifs naturally these are not nasty and machine made.
Photo above by Holy Kitsch!
Medium: plastic: 35x22 10 to a string 4.7 metres, 5 yards
Large: 47x35, 10 to a string 5 and half metres
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On matters paper. Holy Kitsch! has often seen parades and protests in Mexico where traditionally they hold aloft a kind of balloon shaped object and it is called calenda and it is made of paper mache. Also in Guatemala they make enormous circular decorated kites for Day of the Dead. What Holy Kitsch! often wonders is are these memories of hot air balloon making? Aside from being able to see the Nazca Plain Lines from the mountains in Peru did the inhabitants use paper mache hot air balloons, others have speculated as well on that one, to drift over their art-work?
This bird is called a Painted Bunting and is from USA
Photo of flags taken in Mexico by HK©
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