Día de los Muertos

Artist, street artist, graphic designer and political commentator: Shepard Fairey is all of these things and more. His powerful and varied body of work permeates many aspects of our visual culture.

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) was originally a print collaboration between Fairey and his friend Ernesto Yerena. It is inspired by the image of a skull, which is a common symbol linked to the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday. Here in this artwork, a playful and tongue-in-cheek element is incorporated into the design; the patterns embellishing the skull conjure the effects of a flashing pinball machine, which is entirely fitting for an artist whose work is almost inseparable from popular culture. Working directly with the artist, Sedition brings you this exclusive limited edition.

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