The 13th Floor

Dia de los Muertos Meets Lowbrow: The Unique Art of David Lozeau

A few weeks ago at Phoenix Comic Con, I was walking through the aisles of art, when something caught my eye. It was a booth full of skeleton art. Some were comedic, some somber, some colorful and vibrant, and some more sinister and dark. But all skeletons were portrayed as if alive. I was mesmerized by all of them.

The artist behind these amazing works is David Lozeau who has become renowned for his stylish Day of the Dead-inspired paintings, many of which feature “lowbrow” and rockabilly tones such as Kustom Kulture, guitars, and surfing. He also has a hilariously dark painting of a dead clown. Seriously. Click here to see it.

In addition to having his work featured in the Disney Parks Wonderground Gallery, he has twice been a Disney Parks artist-in-residence. David is currently based out of San Diego where he is a guild member of the Spanish Village Art Center. For more info on David or to purchase prints click here, and keep scrolling to check out more of his awesome work.

Image credits- All images are by artist David Lozeau and were published with his full permission.