Lives and Works: Israel
Munbaz begins his journey in the artistic world and realizes his first pieces strongly inspired by these famous graffiti artists from New York. It is the spark that will ignite the artists passion for colours and for the complexity of the dance between letters and beings. He draws grafittis as often as he can. Fascinated by this artistic universe, he turned to design, he learned the fundamentals and conformed to the rules, codes and structures of graphic design.
He gained new viewpoints and he will not be deprived...
When he moved to New York City, through a very strong artistic community, he worked and collaborated within this new environment; he is passionate about music and has an endless source of inspiration that he believes will continue to grow strong beyond heaven to pursue his creative work. Encouraged by Shlomo Mathey, painter sculptor, and Gerard Sendrey, founder of the Museum of Creation Franche de Bordeaux, it is in Israel that he meets Emilio Mogilner, a painter from Argentina, from which he will draw inspiration from the The "1BreathTime" technique, which consists of creating an artwork in just one breath.
He embarked on the realization of abstract works, with an insatiable desire to draw or paint, free from all influences. He never tires to experience different styles that could be described as frenetic dances that would not ressemble each other and he surrenders himself to the visuals. On this land, where the past and the present combine, he chooses to integrate duality into his art, using for the same artwork, traditional mediums or digital artwork.
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