Tzompantli is a collaborative video mapping project which brings together 20 graphic artists and 10 students to celebrate the "Día de Muertos" (Day of the Dead) projection into a skull of 1.70 m high.
Tzompantli * The name was taken from the Mesoamerican peoples. The root comes from the Nahuatl words "Tzontli" meaning head or skull and "pantli" which is row or row. As tzompantli means "row of skulls" (2014)
Video and Photos by Santos Pixeles and Casa Nueve