Chilean visual artist and muralist Inti (1982) started out as a graffiti writer in the mid-1990s and later developed his work into a unique poetic style which in recent years has been gracing the sides of buildings in all corners of the world. Ranging from detailed canvas compositions to sculptures and large-scale murals, his art speaks of the singular admixture and syncretism of cultural and social heritages that gave birth to Latin America but also of the present-day human condition around the globe. Featuring soft colours, simplified characters with delicate features and multi-layered patterns often replete with symbols, his work has also been showcased in both solo and group exhibitions in several countries.