Skull of Smoke & Mirrors


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This artwork is inspired by Tezcatlipoca an Aztec god of the underworld. It is written that Tezcatlipoca had a blood splattered skull with eyes but he didn't need them to see. Tezcatlipoca was the Aztec god of night and all material things. He carried a magic mirror that gave off smoke and killed enemies, and so he was called "god of smoking mirror." The Day of the Dead of celebration is rooted in the celebration of Tezcatlipoca. I also draw inspiration from the phrase "we are all made of stardust". ~Artwork by Werc Alvarez.

Grown, sewn and designed in the USA. Printed using eco-friendly,
water-based inks on 100% organic cotton. View our sizing chart.

We're only making one run of this unique, limited-run design and the clock is ticking. Get yours before it's gone for good! 10% of your purchase will be loaned directly to an American entrepreneur via Kiva.
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