MEXICAN  DAY OF THE DEAD ARTIST CUT BUNTING
MEXICAN  DAY OF THE DEAD ARTIST CUT BUNTING MEXICAN  DAY OF THE DEAD ARTIST CUT BUNTING

MEXICAN DAY OF THE DEAD ARTIST CUT BUNTING

Day of the Dead artist cut plastic flags. Large are 10 flags on an almost 5m string. Mixed colours and each flag differs in design and colour. Each of the L size flag measures 40x30cm. Small flags are 10 to a strand each flag a different colour and strand measuring over 3 metres. Then there is medium which are in between with good detail. 

These flags are cut by artists by hand in the traditional method, a bundle at a time. Paper cutting goes back to pre-Spanish time in Mexico where mulberry bark and ficus paper used to be cut with obsidian the Asian continent then learnt paper making from the indigenous people of Mexico the art traveled across the Pacific with paper making found as tapa cloth in New Zealand and other Pacific Islands.

Holy Kitsch! artist cut Day of the Dead flags are carefully selected for their craftsmanship, whimsy and detail, the best in the random universes, so good a museum bought 600 strings of one of our studio's work for exhibition! There are several major studios from which Holy Kitsch! purchases, oh some more random it varies, all are authentic and ethical.

 

 



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