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Deathly Spooktography
Celebrate Day of The Dead with these Raised from the Grave Beauties


By: Dana K. (Potential) Oct 21, 10
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While preparing to celebrate the Day of The Dead on November 2nd, take a look at this photo series by John Rees. You won’t be able to decide whether they are close-ups of an elaborated altar or snaps from a glamorous fashion editorial in the graveyard.

Day of The Dead (Dia de Los Muertos) is also called Flower of The Dead, because it is thought that flowers attract the souls to the oblations. But here, Rees uses big, colored, plastic flowers to give an even more macabre touch to the assemble.



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