Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico revolve around sugar skulls with your name, other decorated skulls, chopped Chinese paper flowers, and the country's most famous calavera "La Catrina," among other things. This is my recommendation: a store in the city of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas where you can find a variety of Catrinas Calaveritas and other finely made crafts worthy of purchase. I personally became fascinated with skulls and mariachis dressed in recycled bags. Go to this store to discover the characters that have become icons of our country and are even known and identified as Mexican in other countries. For example: Cantinflas, El Santo and El Chavo 8. Costs are pretty cheap, some parts are from recycled materials, and all are made by hand. Mexican artisans from different parts of the country work independently and set up tents to display their works, what I saw was the work of the director of the Catrinas on display. The person was very friendly and explained every piece, especially if you are a foreigner and didn't know some of the characters, although I would have thought they would know Frida Kahlo. The works are worthy of being shown, and the girl who sent some parts by parcel gave me the email of the artist: Yamel72@hotmail.Com. So, if something is particularly interesting, you can contact the artist. The pictures speak for themselves, so enjoy them! Greetings!