23 hours agoby i_support_street_art“РАБОТНИЦА" (Worker Woman) @inti .artist Nameless heroines This new mural by INTI, alludes to the important role that women have played in the great social changes of the 20th century. The mural is one of several that are part of the "Artrium" project, which has managed to subtract advertising space in
2 days agoby i_support_street_art‘Captivation’ by @telmomiel because time does not exist in their moment. - For @artdingfestival in Erding, Germany. - I thewords of the artists: “Happy how this fits onto the wall. A bit more clear and richer in contrast, almost comic-like. Looking for ways to evolve the style, simplifying more to
4 days agoby i_support_street_artVukovart 2019 - Give me 5 @vukovar .art – harbour is a concept that promotes #Vukovar (Croatia) as a place that accepts all artists, creators of new values. By this concept we change the visual identity of Vukovar, but also create tourist attractions for all visitors as an Open Gallery. This
INTI recently attended the Wonderwalls festival in Australia and has kindly provided us with some fine images of the outcome. The wall is yet another master piece with his typical dominance in colours and style.
“RANDOM” , a mural by INTI, for the project @backtoschool_china in Tai Ping, Jishou, Hunan Province, CHINA. Since the first astronomy records 4000 years ago in China, until today with modern mathematics, we are observing the universe attempting to decipher the cosmic “order” that rules us,
The complete three walls series are ready and they are titled : ”. INTI’s latest series, where the female image stands as an icon of creation and protection that crosses all cultures, regardless of any religious context.
INTI ‘s latest mural was made for the project StreetArt13; Galerie Itinerrance, at the 13en district in Paris. La Madre Secular II its a lay representation of the Madonna, where the sacred remains outside the religious context,
INTI has presented his new piece ”Codo a Codo, en la calle somos mucho mas que dos”. Inspired from Mario Benedetti’s poem Te Quiero and based on Lewis Hine images, who registered working children in the USA during the Great Depression in the 30’s.