The Central de Abastos is the largest market in Oaxaca. It's an endless city of stalls, tents and random stuff. They sell everything here, I'm sure including some things that shouldn't be sold, and there's very little rhyme or reason or logic to where things are. You can wander for hours looking for the section with the shoestores or honey vendors or tools or chocolate or hats or pillows or chiles or, worse, the guy with the really high-quality fruit who you bought from last time who's around here somewhere I think wasn't he just right past the rotisserie chicken?
There are lots of different types of faces painted on these things, including of course lots of religious ones, like Jesus.
Here's some more photos of the different stuff I found for sale in the market: