3D street art in Moscow by Gregor Wosik
Gregor Wosik was born 1955 in Oberschlesien/Poland, and loved painting and drawing since he was a child. His talent was discovered very early and improved through additional art studies. Already in the age of 16 he was able to increase his budget by painting portraits, landscapes or wallpaintings. Since 1984 he is living in Germay and works as a free-lance artist.
Formerly he was inspired by the old masters, his favourite idols are Caravaggio and Rembrandt, and he learned a lot by copying. Outgoing from this, he developed his own typical style in various oil and acrylic paintings. In his hometown he is part of the artist group “Blaue Rheydter” , and has regular exhibitions.
Conspicuous is his inclination for large-sized paintings, that is why he likes mural painting and is very happy with the fact, that streetpainting nowadays has a real renaissance. On the pavement he can realize his visions of large paintings. Since about 3 years he specialized on 3d paintings, which is illusionary painting on the street. He works successful for various agencies and big companies all over the world, who want to transport their advetisement and brandings through 3d street art.
2008 he had an own exhibition in Wien, to present the modern way of street- art. And 2009 he made a sketch of his vision, a real large 3d picture, and it was realized by 6 eropean streetpainter in 4 days in Rijssen/Netherland. The result was a pcture 750 m², which was officially added to the Guiness book of records.
Their website: http://www.klassiko.de/
Their channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/klassiko55/about
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