Martinez's art is not just about the District. Many of Josue’s designs and fine art contain Latin inspiration, for example, the “Día de Los Muertos” Panda and the “Luchador” Panda. Both are a combination of two cultures, Josue’s Latin culture and the culture of the District. Fine art such as the Aztec Indian, Santos Luchador Mask, and the King and Queen alebrije lion heads are also a few great pieces you will find at Corinto Gallery. Josue has always looked for a new way to connect his art with his own culture and heritage. Then one day, it happened! The U.S. Ambassador of El Salvador, Milena Mayorga, requested to come and see Corinto Gallery at the National Harbor and interviewed Josue. After the interview was published, Josue started to see and meet people coming into the gallery from his hometown in Corinto, El Salvador. Not only did they know of Josue’s family, but they were extremely proud of Josue and that he had named his art gallery “Corinto,” after his home. He even had an entire family show up one evening at the gallery, who had driven down from Canada to visit the DC area, and the main attraction they wanted to see while they were here was Corinto Gallery. Meeting Josue that night made their whole trip wonderful.