Dawid Gurbowicz (aka "MORB") was born in Poland, in 1986, he lives and works in Italy from a very young age, where he cultivates his passion and interest in art and all of its diverse facets. In addition to painting, he also has an immense passion for poetry and music, which is his current occupation. During his adolescence, Dawid approached the world of Street Art and graffiti, as a self-taught. Later this influence of the Street had an effect on his natural artistic maturation that enabled him to transfer this passion into canvas. Street art, typical of the artist’s youthful background, is literally “torn” from the urban walls and revived within a circumscribed and elegant environment like the painting: the effect is just as direct and controversial. Canvas is not the only support the artist uses for his creations; the Hope Crisis series, composed of votive wax Madonnas, is an example. (Votive wax Madonnas, used in creating the Hope Crisis series is an example of his creative exploration.) From the artist’s works, emerges a strong desire for the critical analysis of man, which through his comments generates a gradual and adverse destruction of the reality that surrounds him.
Currently, Dawid is working on several floors; between the traditional techniques of painting and digital manipulation, which takes place exclusively through the use of the smartphone. This allows his art to dialogue more closely with photography to create a visual experience that conceals in itself, the relationship between man and time, motion and movement, in an unstable cycle.