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Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)
cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. 
His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 
Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio
Check out his Facebook page.
                                               :-)

cross-connect:

Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots.

His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, 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. 

Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio

Check out his Facebook page.

                                               :-)

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