Día De Los Muertos Sugar Skull Pillow
It started with the original Arizona Wildcat face and altered it to represent traditional Mexican sugar skulls, adding symbols of Tucson and the state of Arizona. For instance, the infinity sign was placed to show that the love for the university is infinite. Many of the elements were derived from the University of Arizona's vintage logos as a way to pay tribute to the rich past of the institution and those who came before it. This project has been a great way for a collaborative mark to be such a symbol of the local culture and the University of Arizona. While it has roots in Día de Los Muertos, it goes beyond that as well. It brings together a diverse group of individuals who love to Bear Down with pride and honor the culture that makes Tucson so beautiful!