Cempazuchi Skull - 8x10 or 11x14

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Day of the Dead, or Dia De Los Muertos is a traditional celebration that the indigenous people from Mexico created because they believed the soul of their loved ones is eternal and will come back and visit. The skull symbol has become very popular and in this circumstance it is portrayed in a bright and whimsical way rather than being morbid or scary.
Your skull is made up of 22 bones that are all connected. There are 8 bones for the cranium (these protect your brain) and 14 bones for the face. The jaw bone is the largest and strongest bone in the skull and it is called the mandible. It's the only skull bone that moves.

  • Available as an 8x10 or 11x14 print
  • Printed on Epson Luster Photo Paper with Genuine Epson Ink
  • Comes with a protective sleeve and a backing board