ICYMI, Pixar's latest film, Coco, will be released in the U.S. on November 21.
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.
These murals were created by 10 artists from a local art collective known as TUYI, and are placed around the city in 13 locations.
And the campaign is part of a paint company's larger initiative to use art for reclaiming forgotten spaces and strengthening the social fabric.
It's a gorgeous way to pay homage to the Pixar fandom...
As well as the film's Day of the Dead-inspired theme...
And the film's clearly mind-blowing visuals.
Many of the murals, of course, depict the films' main character, Miguel.
While others focus on the lovable dog, Dante.
And in this one, we get a peek at the magical spirit animal, Pepita.
Clearly, Coco will be a visual — and musical — treat.
And if you weren't planning on visiting Mexico City any time soon, seeing Coco in theaters might just change your mind.
This post was translated from Spanish.