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INTI takes his name from the Incan sun god and the.his murals are made with bright colours similar to a Latin carnival. His work still remains fine, controlled and technically dazzling. With a warm orange glow, the murals often contain themes of life, death, ancient religion and Christianity, all drawn together with one or two strange characters.  There is a strong political edge to many of his pieces. INTI proudly flaunts South America’s rich cultural history in the face of globalised capitalism, whilst still addressing Chile’s problems of poverty and their rocky recent history.

Pecador represents the good and the bad,with colours lots of reds used to show that the character has done something bad but still has a good heart. this is represented in the apple which shows purity
this work expresses latin ways of life and shows the poverty that some people are facing. we see this in the patchy jumper.
this art work has used mix media to show a distinct message, Inti watermarks a message to show the way of life of many latin people
violence is a big problem where Inti has been brought up. his art work shows that even fighters still have a good heart and good intentions. this is shown by the two faces that the person has
This work shows a mix of the rich and the poor and merges the idea that no matter what status you are, everybody is the same
This street art work depicts a character thinking about religon. the art work discusses the idea that all religons do is cause fights and world arguments.
This Art work shows many of the modern day killers that we are faced with in our modern day life.
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