Alebrije figurines measuring 5 to 7 cm (2 to 3 inches) (Various Colors)
Born out of the dreams of Mexican artists, Alebrijes are imaginary creatures that feature parts from different animals, such as dragon bodies, bat wings, wolf teeth and dog eyes, expressing the strong relationship between nature and Latin expression.
Alebrijes are imaginary creatures that have elements from different animals, such as dragon bodies, bat wings, wolf teeth, and dog eyes. Painted in colors, they were originally made with papier mache, but today they are also carved from wood. History. The Alebrije was created by Pedro Linares López in the 1930s. They measure up to 7 inches.