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Video: Renovarse O Morir

Three birds with one stone.
The year was nearly half over and I still hadn’t done the cover art for my 2014 sketchbook/blackbook. So, I figured I could (1) paint the cover (2) make the image a limited edition print for sale (3) build a cool little mini-movie about the process. Renovarse O Morir (Change [oneself] Or Die) is a mantra worth remembering.

Prints available soon.
Other videos: FalconMediaHQ.com

Music by fellow Sonoran Desert dwellers, Gabriel Sullivan & Taraf de Tucson. The whole album kicks ass, and is available on iTunes.
© Copyright – Gabriel Sullivan / Fell City Records

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Cempasúchitl | New Print for Sale

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Title: Cempasúchitl | Limited Edition of 50 prints.
Soundtrack: Gabriel Sullivan & Taraf de Tucson, Chicha Dust

Celebrate loved ones on Día de los Muertos with a new print.
The cempasúchil flower is also called the flor de muertos (“flower of the dead”) in Mexico and is used in the Día de los Muertos celebration every 2nd of November.

The word cempasúchil (also spelled cempazúchil) comes from the Nahuatl term for the flower zempoalxochitl, literally translated as “twenty flower”

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