Gualicho's Graffiti is Colorful and Imaginative
Gualicho's graffiti is both colorful and incredibly imaginative. Having appeared on buildings in Mexico, Cuba, Costa Rica and other cities south of the equator, recently, North American graffiti lovers have also noticed Gualicho's work.
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