Day of the Dead Art with a Distinctive Lowbrow Style

David Lozeau has a quirky, character-driven painting style that wraps Day of the Dead iconography in a Wild West aesthetic, measures historical accuracy against Lowbrow absurdity, and blends fine art technique with illustrative humor to reveal his unique perspective on life, death, and all the gory stuff in between.

David layers acrylics, gouache, and enamel to create vibrant, unforgettable paintings with interesting narratives and tight line work and then builds his own custom wood frames to complete his vision for each piece.

His Day of the Dead art turns the annual celebration on its ear through his use of bold colors, exaggerated features, and impeccable details. DLo's Wild West art is rooted in American cowboy gunslinger lore where there was only a very fine line between a marshal and an outlaw. David's Lowbrow art pays homage to everything from Greek mythology to the kustom kulture hot rod scene. And his Oceanic art is anything but typical, depicting steampunk divers, tiki-hoarding octopus, and underwater robot invasions.

David Lozeau shows his art in galleries on three continents, collaborates with Disney, Fender, and Harley-Davidson, is a member of the artist guild at the Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park, and is featured in countless magazines and books.

For information about art availability, event info, custom paintings, wholesale and licensing, or anything else, please e-mail: Info@DavidLozeau.com

Most Popular Art by David Lozeau

Love, Trust, and a Revolver

$20.00

The skeleton badass and his lady love share an embrace after a wild gunfight. He'll do anything to protect her and she's always got his back. Painting Process The 22 x 30 clayboard was painted wit...
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By the Sword of the Samurai

$40.00

Painting ProcessThe 18 x 36 clayboard was painted with mossy green and muted yellow acrylics, aged to create cracks and crevasses, and then slightly detailed with light touches of red enamel for ...
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Catch or Release

$20.00

Let her go and she lives; hold on, and you both die. Painting Process The 20 x 30 aquaboard was layered with yellow and blue acrylics to create a watery background, then acrylic ink was used to ...
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Chained To You

$20.00

The skeleton couple are gleefully bound together forever...literally and figuratively. Painting Process The red hot background was painted with several layers of acrylics, while the boney lovers...
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Board Track Racers

$40.00

The skeleton motorcycle riders dash across the rickety wood planks towards the finish line on their vintage Harley-Davidson and Pope board track racers. Painting Process The canvas was painted ...
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Celebration of the Mission

$20.00

Painting Process The warm background was created with various shades of brown and yellow acrylics, while the characters and historic mission were first painted with gouache and then detailed with...
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It's in the Hole!

$20.00

"Cinderella story...outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters Champion. It looks like a mirac--it's in the hole! It's in the hole!" Painting ProcessThe background w...
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Tree of Life

$40.00

The skeleton musician rests in peace knowing that new life springs eternally from his soul. Painting Process The 13 x 23 aquaboard was first painted with several layers of earthy acrylics, the und...
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Quick Draw

$2,000.00

The cowboy loosens his noose and draws his revolver, ready to face his accusers. Painting ProcessThe 21 x 11 background was painted with green and brown acrylics, the jailbird's underpainti...
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On Patrol

$20.00

A brave Marine leans out of an MRAP and fights insurgents to protect his base and brothers. Painting Process The 36 x 48 aquaboard was first painted with a variety of beige, yellow, and brown ...
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