photo_2021-07-07_10-32-16 photo_2021-07-07_10-32-15 photo_2021-07-07_10-32-13 AlebrijeAlebrije Pedro Linares The colors of the Mexican folk toys depicting fantastic animal are brightly colored. In 1936, they were first made by Pedro Linares, who specialized in making papier-mache piñatas and Judas for burning masks. In Mexico City in 1936, they were first made by Pedro Linares, who specialized in making paper-mache piñatas and Judas for burning masks. It is possible to associate them with the name of Pedro Linares, who was specialized in paper-mache piñatas, Judas for burning and carnival masks. And again, Pedro was haunted by hallucinations: clouds, rocky forest and a wildforest with bizarre animal hornets. Tailes or wounds; voiceshouted “alebrije!” At the same time in that year, Pedro fell into an epidemic of fever. He began to create figures of these beasts, and in his senses, he came to his senses. Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo were interested in these works. It became known that the owner of one of the galleries found them and brought them to his attention by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Frida Kahlo who began to pay Pedro for work on producing new alebrijes. After the publication of an article about Linares, in 1975 a documentary was made and the alebriges became popular; two years before his death 1990 Pedro received The National Science And Art Prize for Popular Arts.