Skeleton of Color: Amazing Performance Art By Butch Locsin – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Skeleton of Color: Amazing Performance Art By Butch Locsin

Los Angeles-based creative Butch Locsin creates art that celebrates life, death and humanity. Inspired by Mexico’s Day of the Dead, Butch plays with skull masks and colored smoke grenades to produce spectacular images.

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