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Immerse yourself in Dia de los Muertos and indulge your crazy creative side! The Mexican celebration to remember loved ones is a whirlwind of patternsiconic sugar skulls, beautiful marigolds, and intricate religious symbols. Try your hand at coloring masks, skeletons, costumes, and candles while learning more about the origins of this remarkable festival. Day of the Dead Coloring Book is an extraordinary cultural experience, allowing you to forget the whir of day-to-day life. What better excuse to pick up your pencils?
Mauro Mazzara started drawing at the age of two and he still hasn't stopped! He attended the Arte & Messaggio Illustration school in Milan before studying painting at the Brea Art Academy. He now works as a freelance illustrator for the fashion, publishing, and advertising industries.
Andrea Piparo was born in Rome in 1990, where he graduated from art school in via Ripetta and continued his studies by attending the illustration course at the International School of Comics. He has appeared in various collective exhibitions, produced several portraits on commission, and contributed to the 2013 calendar of the Italian National Police. He has also exhibited at various events such as Fantastika, Dozza (Bologna) in 2014 and at Wow Comics Space (Milan) in 2015. He currently lives and works in Castelnuovo di Porto in the province of Rome.