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2017 T-shirt art by Racheal Rios

Local artists and local merchants have stepped up to create and carry merchandise that supports the Procession. Grassroots. Local. Homegrown. Art.

In addition to the sources below, you will be able to find many of these items at the merch tables during Procession of Little Angels and All Souls Procession.

2017 T-Shirts, Stickers, & Buttons by Racheal Rios

Featuring the panther and Queen of the Night design by Racheal Rios. Carried exclusively by Buffalo Exchange in all of their stores and in a dedicated All Souls online store. All proceeds benefit the Procession.

2017 All Souls Poster by Jessica Gonzales

The 2017 All Souls poster by Jessica Gonzales is available at English Salon and Spa, YIKES! Toys, and Tucson Thrift Shop. Check out our interview with Jessica for more details on the poster art and her process of creating it. All proceeds benefit the Procession.

2930 E. Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85716

English Salon and Spa
27 N Scott Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701

Tucson Thrift Shop
319 N. 4th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705

Urn Jewelry

Specialty jewelry made by Urn Attendant C. Meade from the cut-outs from the Urn fabrication. Available exclusively at Pop-Cycle Shop. All proceeds benefit the Procession.

Pop-Cycle Shop
422 N 4th Ave
Tucson, Arizona 85705
(520) 622-3297


All Souls Icon T-shirts, Hoodies, Stickers, & Buttons

The All Souls Icon for all seasons. Available exclusively at YIKES! Toys. All proceeds benefit the Procession.

2930 E. Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85716

© Rebecca Noble

Bubble Necklaces Featuring Artwork by Wil Taylor & Bruce del Oeste

Wil Taylor and Bruce del Oeste designed the All Souls artwork for 2013 and 2015. Their work is featured in bubble necklaces created by Silver Sea Jewelry, along with classic sugar skulls. All proceeds benefit the Procession.

Silver Sea Jewelry
330 N. 4th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85705

2015 Artwork by Bruce del Oeste and Molly Keily
2013 Artwork by Wil Taylor

Skeleton Pendants by Don Norris of Bones Alive

Don Norris began casting sterling silver skeletons over 40 years ago. He has sold them as pendants, earrings, and by themselves. He recently moved to Tucson and learned of the All Souls Procession, and he has created five designs for the Procession. 50% of all sales of his skeleton pendants sold from the Bones Alive Etsy store will be donated to support the All Souls Procession.

Skeleton pendant by Don Norris


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