As the resident PUBLIC SCHOOL Mexican, I’m pumped to feature these Star Wars related calaveras. They were illustrated and printed by José Pulido who was inspired by the style José Guadalupe Posada made famous.
You’ve probably figured it out by now, but for the unaware, calavera is Spanish for “skull”. José Posada is famous for using them to satire late 19th century Mexico, but in modern times they have come to be associated with the Mexican celebration of Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead).
This first bit is all Star Wars related, but below include takes Elvis, Pulp Fiction and Charlie Chaplin. Buy some of these little guys for your home/office on José’s Etsy store.
I think this Emilio Zapata print is sold out, but if you own one and randomly happen to be reading this let me know. I’ll buy it from you.