David Lozeau's Day Of The Dead Inspired Art

With all of us trying to decide if we're going to be a slutty witch, a slutty dog or a slutty slut this Halloween it's easy to forget that Sunday is also El Día de los Muertos or The Day of the Dead. The Mexican holiday is a time for all to get together and remember friends who have passed on. It's also a time to check out some pretty awesome art that generally pops up around this time of the year.

Now I'll admit that I know little to nothing about art but recently my wife and I stumbled upon David Lozeau and his girlfriend while visiting San Diego and were blown away by his Day of the Dead inspired artwork. I'm not going to even bother trying to explain the style because I'll end up butchering it with broken English so take a look at his work below and see for yourself.

David also branches out into Tiki and Lowbrow art and you can find his work on everything from motorcycle helmets to violins. I'm a big fan of everything he does and if we had more suitcase space probably would of brought home a lot more. Check out more of his work at his website Davidlozeau.com and even purchase a number of his pieces at his website.

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