" La Muerte Vive " - 2018
Starring - Santos de los Angeles
And Ruby Champagne
To be Held @ The Los Angeles Theater
November 2nd , 2018
On Dia de Los Muertos
Saludos desde #Zacatecas ...
..aunque fue un gran esfuerzo hacer el viaje a #Wirikuta este año, nunca se podrá comparar con el sacrificio de nuestros ancestros #Wixaritari quienes hicieron este peregrinaje de mas 1600k a pie para el bien de nuestro pueblo y todo el mundo... #Pampariutsi 🙏🏽 Repost from @honeymariez. #santosdelosangeles
..many of you already know, I have taken a break from #musicBusiness to focus on building a home for my wife and kids... The creative process that goes into building a house is just as gratifying as the production of a record, but I will be back soon.. #SantosDeLosAngeles
Loved waking up to this artwork by @albertacosta_art from when I was blessed to share the stage with @santosdelosangeles who is one of my favorite artists to collaborate with. A true showman, musician and visionary. His shows are always so much fun and full of life.
Love that the artist even captured the custom hair piece made by @niccococreations just for this performance!
Thank you for the treat @honeymariez ❤️ #santosdelosangeles#natashaestrada#hechoenmexico#burlesque#pinup#music#singer#artist
Some of the comments to this original post smh... I'm not an artist or a designer, but I do take this to heart.
#Repost @santosdelosangeles with @repostapp
"Pt 4 #CulturalAppropriation is not an isolated occurence in the so-called #Fashionworld .. It is the continuation of #colonialist#privileged mentality that you can take from "primitive" people. *In its fall collection, the U.K. fashion designer #KokonToZai (KTZ) unveiled a $900 sweater that featured an unusual pattern of circles, squares, human forms and — directly over the chest — the shape of two human hands. *When CBC North producer #SalomeAwa spotted the sweater, she immediately recognized it as an almost exact copy of a garment owned by her great-great grandfather, the shaman #Qingailisag . *“This is my great-grandfather’s sacred garment copied right down to the T … there has to be some kind of mechanism in place to say you just cannot copy aboriginal or #Inuit designs and make money off it,” she said.* Excerpt by Tim Hopper of National Post."