It measures two meters in height and was made with the cardboard technique by Mazatlan and visual artist Kleyna Sarabia
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- A monumental skull, which seems to emerge from the ground, was placed in one of the corridors of the well-known Gran Plaz shopping plaza in front of Cinépolis.
The visual artist Kleyna Sarabia is the creator of this installation called “Calavera Pedro Infante Monumental” as part of an exhibition alluding to the Day of the Dead.
The elaboration of this sculpture took a little over a month, beginning work on September 9 and ending on Thursday, October 14; It is two meters high and was made with the cardboard technique.
“Pedro Infante is one of the most famous artists in all of Mexico during the Golden Cinema era, he is from Mazatlan and is an icon from Sinaloa,” he said.
The artist, also from Mazatlan, took up some very characteristic aspects of the actor and singer such as his mustache, his charro hat, and a cigarette to complement the huge skull.
It will be on display until Saturday, November 6 and with access to the public so that they can pose with the “idol of Mexico” and take their souvenir photo.
The Mazatlan Post