El Día de los Muertos, also known as “the Day of the Dead,” is a cultural event steeped in the tradition of celebrating life through music, dance, food, art, prayer, and family togetherness, and these images are artist David Lozeau's unique twist on the centuries-old subject matter.
Paper Prints are produced with archival ink on archival paper and each print is individually enclosed in a crystal clear plastic bag and supported by a four-ply white backing board for a professional retail display. The suggested retail price is $20 for the 8x10s and $40 for the 12x18s, but some retailers choose to mat and/or frame prints to differentiate their offerings and increase their profit margins.
Canvas Prints, also known as giclees, are produced with archival ink on museum-grade, gallery-wrapped canvas and are sold individually; each canvas print is hand-signed by David Lozeau, wire-strung, and ready to hang for retail display. The suggested retail price is $100 for the small (A size), $150 for the medium (B size), and $250 for the large (C size).