Día de los Muertos Frida & Diego

906 W Calle de Los Higos Tucson

Murals Of Downtown Tucson/Día de los Muertos Frida & Diego
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The “Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Menlo Park” mural (Día de los Muertos Frida & Diego) was created in 2016 by aerosol artist Rock Martinez for Tuscon's annual All Souls Procession.

Located near the city's Menlo Park, the mural features legendary Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and her husband, Diego Rivera, dancing in an afterlife scene. The work was inspired by Rivera's "Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda" which hangs in Mexico City. A homeowner commissioned the estimated 1,500-square-foot piece.

Murals Of Downtown Tucson

Día de los Muertos Frida & Diego

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