Artist Diego Bautista has created murals depicting scenes from the Aztec afterlife and a sacred site to honor the spirits of the departed.
The murals are available in the Azteca temple, the home of the Aztlan culture, and the city of Tenochtitlan.
The artist said that he wanted to honor and celebrate the spirit of the people who passed away during the Inca empire.
The Aztec temple, where Bautistas murals will be featured, was built in the 11th century.
Bautillas first mural, “Fairy Tale of the Gods” will be displayed at the Temple of the Goddess, an architectural project that was completed in the 1960s.
Bauchista said he started by making a cartoon version of the gods, and after that he added the words, “In this fairy tale of the god, the hero.”
The murls are set to be placed in the walls of the temple and will be a part of the project, which will be made visible through a lens that will project the murals through the glass wall of the main hall.
Bauxas murals were created for a private exhibition in 2013.
The project has also been featured on the cover of “Hollywood Life,” an issue of Esquire magazine.
Bontu is a mural painter who also works on other murals.