AntiYuta was born as a side brand project for which I created visual content through exploring personal interests around street culture and arts. These two worlds are strongly connected with human relations and the current fight against power abuse. Inspired by the social outbreaks in Chile, and later by the Black Lives Matters movement, I wanted to illustrate different scenes of this new social context.
Should we respect the corrupted establishment? This debate is alive today more than ever and this is the platform to express all those thoughts in a freely and noncommissioned way.
AntiYuta means anti cops but the deeper meaning resides in the rejection of all kinds of power abuse.
We never had privileges. We demand what we deserve.