Our 2011 Sugar Skull Collection is the first time of an annual tradition and celebration. All skulls are handmade by the Bricklayer Bosh Skeleton Crew!
Our Sugar Skulls are inspired by El Dia de los Muertos, a Mexican tradition that honors and celebrates departed loved ones; a truly fascinating, humorous, and beautiful holiday.
In El Dia de los Muertos, skeletons are symbols of resurrection; Death is mocked and celebrated - key clues to what Bricklayer Bosh is all about.
To learn more about El Dia de los Muertos arts and crafts, visit one of our favorite websites, www.MexicanSugarSkull.com.
Our 2012 Sugar Skull Collection is loosely based on the movie Thir13en Ghosts (2001).
The 2013 Sugar Skull Collection, "Silver Screen Scares," is inspired by some of the first monsters to terrorize theater-goers.
The 2014 Sugar Skull Collection is inspired by the possibility of embracing our unknown - new doors, new opportunities, no boundaries, no rules. The skull is our foundation, already built - the rest is up to us.
The colors are reflective of dreamscapes, clouds - the colors of the sky. The jewels symbolize the rebellious spirit within us all - our personal desires to do and achieve the calling within the heart.