From October 31 to November 2, people across Latin America lovingly memorialize their deceased relatives and friends in a joyous ceremony. Taking place between Halloween and All Souls Day, Día de Muertos celebrations take many forms across the Americas.
In Mexico, an altar – or an ofrenda – is one of the main focal points of the holiday. The ofrenda must be in place by October 31, because at night, the deceased pop in for one night.
This Icon set represent the elements utilized when building an ofrenda.