Chilean street artist INTI has captivated street art fans around the world with his enormous murals that combine folklore elements with graphic design and caricature. Both his street and studio work brims with copious details inspired by textiles, crafts, Christian imagery and plant life — to name a few of the visual influences brewing about in his work. But despite their light ambiance, his cartoonish figures carry a sense of foreboding, their exaggerated features hidden under masks and softened with sullen expressions. This has been a busy year for the artist; INTI had a solo show at Galerie Itinerrance in Paris and traveled around Europe to paint new walls. Take a look at some images of his latest murals and his solo show, images courtesy of INTI.