Greek artist INO was recently in the Brazilian city Fortaleza to be part of the 4th edition of Festival Concreto to paint his latest mural entitled “Broken” emphasizing the phenomenon of prostitution.

About The Mural

In a place where disparities between rich and poor are very evident, INO wanted to address the problem of prostitution in his mural that he painted on a facade of a luxury hotel, of a naked woman in a position of offering her body, with a black splash coming out of her head and named it “Broken”.

And as he was painting later in the night he would notice women selling their bodies to strangers on the street beneath him.

About The Artist

INO is a visual artist based in Athens, Greece. He studied Fine Arts and now works as a freelancer. He is best known for his sliced figurative depictions in over-sized murals that aims to draw attention to the social situation. His Murals can be seen throughout Greece, and all over the western hemisphere.

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