…is approaching for our Mexican friends. One of my friends, a young girl in Mexico City, prepared this altar for her grandmother’s deceased Xolo, Mixca. What a beautiful tribute.
Mixca was a pup of Malinche (Premio Real)Mex.FCI and her sire was Besitos Onza. What a sweet girl she was.
To learn more about Day of the Dead, click here: Day of the Dead–Wikipedia
…by Jose Francisco Borges of Pernambuco, Brazil…” O Forro Dos Bichos.”
Xolo Street Art.
And amazing parade of gigantic marionettes, including a Xolo.
Royal de Luxe staged a Mexican re-imagining of their Little Giantess street theatre spectacular in Guadalajara as part of the Celebrando el Centenario de la Revolución Mexicana, November 30, 2010.
…little Xolo image that was created by the Mexican artist Cristina Pineda. The model for the image was a miniature xolo named “Pulque.” It is a lovely caricature of the breed and is being used in many ways. In this photo it was on the cover of a students notebook. It appears in many color combinations and many mediums, including stuffed toys.
Click on this link to see: An example of artistic use of the Xico image.
Click here to learn about: the artist and her mission.
…sees a different vision and I love watching the way they interpret the reality of the Xolo. This artist has done a striking interpretation of Naca, a totally black standard male. It is bold and strong. Naca is owned by Jacqi in Australia.
Photo by Jose Kuri, entitled Mango Mango Comalin.
…friends walking with a Xolo by Bill Kent.