La Calavera Oaxaqueña
The Calavera Oaxaqueña. An iconic image second only to “La Catrina”. The calavera oaxaqueña has been reproduced a million of times and has been printed in ties, shirts, hats, etc. But the original print is one of the hardest ones to find!Print shows a male skeleton dressed in a charro outfit wielding a machete among skulls and skeletons. Includes song lyrics and cartoon skeleton figures. Calaveras (skulls) are connected with the Mexican Día de los Muertos, and Posada was the acknowledged master of the imagery of calaveras. This image is named Calavera oaxaqueña (the skull from Oaxaca).