by Mareike Muller in New Art on Monday 8 October 2012

During the past few decades, street art not only became an accepted means to express yourself but an ambassador of culture and tradition. One of the best examples for that is the Chilean artist, INTI, who spreads his indigenous characters with their maize cobs, traditional vesture, skulls and typical accessories from all around the globe. His huge works usually cover entire parts of buildings to make the appearance even more impressive.