Guadalajara . Spain.
“Luzon’s devils” is a tradition transmitted from generation to generation, with possible Celtic-medieval origin and declared Activity of Provincial Interest.
Men, women and children wear devil’s costumes with big cowbells (called “tricks and canyons”) and animal’s antlers, painting their bodies with a paste made of soot and oil and placing raw potatoes on their mouth like big tooth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oHn72kP8U8 via Kolga Tbilisi Photo Festival 2016. Selection. Documentary project