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Say Hola to Azuquita! 🌺💀🌹

A visual feast for the senses, celebrate life and the beautiful memories of your lost loved ones on Día De Los Muertos with our holiday-themed realistic doll, Azuquita, sculpted by doll artist Ping Lau!

Mischief, giggles, fun and love

What is Día de los Muertos? 💀

Día de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead) is a unique festive tradition highly celebrated in Mexico and Latin America that takes place every 1st and 2nd of November. This celebration includes gathering at cemeteries to enjoy traditional foods like pan de muerto (bread of the dead) and calaveras (sugar skulls), dressing up in eye-catching costumes, and cleaning the gravesites of their deceased loved ones and decorating with candles and marigolds that bring color to the festivities. 💐

Families also create makeshift altars (Ofrendas) at their homes and offer food, drinks, and everything else that the departed beloved enjoyed.

La Calavera Catrina 💀 - A prominent symbol of the holiday

One of the famous holiday symbol of Día de los Muertos is calavera,or skull.
This vibrant face painting symbolizes the animated life of the individual after death. Our realistic girl doll Azuquita wears a traditional face painting called La Calavera Catrina, or “the elegant skull” which was designed by Mexico based reborn doll artist Mayra Garza

Mommy's Little Man is dressed and ready to cuddle
Mommy's Little Man is dressed and ready to cuddle

Lively Orange Marigolds  💐

Wearing a yellow onesie with floral embroidery, puffy sleeves, and blue lace around leg openings, Azuquita’s ensemble honors the customs, symbols, and rituals often seen throughout this holiday.

During this joyous time of celebration, may Azuquita fill your heart with peace, love, and happiness.

Meet the Artists Behind Azuquita

Pat Moulton

Ping Lau

Raised and educated in Singapore, Ping Lau started experimenting with doll sculpting in 1989. Taking several years to hone her skills, her dolls receive tremendous response and recognition whenever they are shown and are occasionally mistaken for real children.

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Mayra Garza

Born in Monterrey, Mexico, Mayra grew up in an extremely creative environment, surrounded by artistic activities. Her love for children led her into a career in preschool education, providing the opportunity to observe children’s faces and expressions. Mayra started sculpting her first doll back in 2000, she has won numerous prestigious awards for her work, and some of her dolls are exhibited at the Dolls Museum in Czech Republic.

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Pat Moulton