In nahuatl cosmogony historians differ the order of Suns, but many give first place to the Ejecatl: The wind sun that consumes his world by blowing through their fangs. The gods of air sets explore analogies of universal mythology compared to contemporary urban situations. In the same way that in other sets of the series we high voltage towers, light poles or skyscrapers as analogies of modern totems dedicated to the air and the wind, this set is planned for monumental sculpture known as "la estela de la luz". Studying the human figure by dissolving it the air, in the same way that the pre-Hispanic sculptures dedicated to the Ejecatl are hollow and smile. Their God passes through them.