- Santiago government and businesses are commissioning graffiti artists to decorate public spaces
- The previously underground art form is now embraced by the masses
- Detractors see it as a commercialization of rebellion and self-expression
Santiago, Chile (CNN)On the sandstone façade of a two-storey building, a man's cheeks bulge as he bites on a fork-load of food. A companion opposite licks his lips in anticipation of the leg of lamb before him and a chef looks flummoxed with a goose that's taken refuge in a saucepan.