Igor Dobrowolski’s Oil Paintings Will Give You Hope

Meet self-taught street art artist Igor Dobrowolski. He started painting five years ago and treats a variety of topics including death, depression, war, homelessness, addiction, narcissism, and lack of empathy.

Dobrowolski believes these issues act as a reminder that life can be cruel and that most of our day to day problems are non-existent in comparison to the aforementioned tragedies.

By appreciating your life, as well as putting emphasis on empathy and understanding hope could be achieved. Dobrowolski doesn’t believe in the salvation of the world, but hopes his work and others will help to make the world a better place.

In his work, he makes sure to include a particle of hope, believing that things get better all the time. His stunning work is featured in collections of celebrities like Mohamed Hadid, Channing Tatum, and Gigi Hadid.

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Art work Title: '' Doomsday '' Inscription: The fabricated, the inauthentic, the theatrical have displaced the natural the genuine and the spontaneous. Reality has been converted into the image and stagecraft. We live in a world when fantasy is more real than reality. Their illusions so vivid, so persuasive, so realistic that they can live in them. Yeat we dear not become disillusioned because our illusions are a very house which we live. Fragments of books Daniel J. Boorstin '' The Image'' and ''America: The Farewell Tour,” by  @chrishedgesb761 2.Title: Doomsday blur Artwork reflects the reality that we create in it.  Like earth on which we as a species directly effect. Artwork show combination of inorganic and organic forms. Forms present broadly understood technological development and influence on the ‘’ natural world’’. The inscription on the image sums up the current time on the "doomsday clock". The doomsday clock symbolizes the probability of a man-made global catastrophe. Maintained since 1947 by the members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The Clock is a metaphor for threats to humanity from unchecked scientific and technical advances. The Clock show how close the world is to a global catastrophe as a number of "minutes" to midnight. The factors influencing the Clock are nuclear risk and climate change. In 2018, the clock was set to 2 minutes to midnight, which is the closest in history. -Writing on the painting translation from Polish – ‘’Gentel calm but only 2 minutes to midnight’’ -Dimensions 175 x 122 x 7 cm aluminum mixed media. #relief #sculptureartist #chrome #instart #arts #artists #artworks #artworld #streetart #gold #paintinart #newart #oilpaintings #urbanartist #myartwork #artworkoft #urbanartist #goldsculpture #artworkoftheday #goldart #contemporaryartist #contemporaryartwork #streetartdaily #streetartwork #wallartdecor #igor #maddoxgallery

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