“'Ever' form Buenos Aires told me once: ‘I give importance to the unimportant (using religious symbolism), so a normal character becomes deified, for example when I paint my brother, people ask, ‘Who is he?’ thinking that because I am painting him on a giant wall he must be someone important. When I tell them, ‘It’s my brother,’ they look at me sadly and say, ‘Oh, the poor boy died, didn’t he?’ And I tell them, ‘No, I think he’s at home watching TV”.