We’re pleased to continue positively into the new year by sharing a heartwarming journey into the world of family made street art, where personal ties and creativity intertwine beautifully. Contrary to the often-perceived image of the solitary graffiti writer or street artist, the French Tuco Wallach is a shining example of a family man whose art blossoms from his close-knit relationships.
In this new video and photos, you get an inside look at Tuco’s Christmas project, a venture that truly was a family collaboration- resonating with the spirit of the holidays. Each work is a nostalgic mix of memories and joy, featuring enchanting kitsune masks, intricate origami, bold stencils, and sparkling beads.
Tuco Wallach merges the personal with the public in his work on the street, creating pieces that are not just visually captivating but also personal.
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