Bio: Sufference and solitude are the two emotions that the spectator feels inevitably when he sees Tinho artworks. His real name is Walter Nomura, and he was born in 1973 in Brazil. He's a graffiti artist, and with his work, he wants to present what is his image of the world and the modern Brazilian society. His today work is influenced by the situations reality presents: for example, if he has to work on a big boulevard, he likes to reproduce car accidents which represent unfinished trips or abandoned projects; in abandoned places he likes to create kids figures using puppets or dolls, to represent the solitude that people, especially grown up, feel in crowded cities. His always using a contrast between sweetness and cruelty, between dream and reality.