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    These "Coco" Murals Will Get You So Excited For The New Pixar Movie

    Serious Day of the Dead vibes here.

    ICYMI, Pixar's latest film, Coco, will be released in the U.S. on November 21.

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    The animated feature is a gorgeous love letter to Mexico and its Day of the Dead holiday, and premiered earlier this month at a film festival in Mexico.

    And in Mexico City — as part of actual Day of the Dead festivities over the past few weeks — the movie's marketing campaign includes a series of 30 gorgeous murals.

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    These murals were created by 10 artists from a local art collective known as TUYI, and are placed around the city in 13 locations.

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    And the campaign is part of a paint company's larger initiative to use art for reclaiming forgotten spaces and strengthening the social fabric.

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    You can see all of the murals, as well as a map of their locations, on the company's Spanish-language site, here.

    It's a gorgeous way to pay homage to the Pixar fandom...

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    As well as the film's Day of the Dead-inspired theme...

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    And the film's clearly mind-blowing visuals.

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    Many of the murals, of course, depict the films' main character, Miguel.

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    While others focus on the lovable dog, Dante.

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    And in this one, we get a peek at the magical spirit animal, Pepita.

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    Clearly, Coco will be a visual — and musical — treat.

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    And if you weren't planning on visiting Mexico City any time soon, seeing Coco in theaters might just change your mind.

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    This post was translated from Spanish.

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