‘Everything is colour in motion’. ‘In Love We Trust, Not in You’.
Rosh 333 (Alicante, 1977) is an artist whose work took shape in the Levantine city of Elche. Belonging to a lineage of graffiti writers that attracted the attention of the international urban scene at the end of the 90’s, it was thanks to his contact with this discipline that his creative pulsion was born to become the multifaceted artist that he is today. Standing out as an illustrator and designer, Rosh has won over the audience and the experts and has become one of the most important urban artists in the country.
His work stands out because of its organicity. By experimenting with shape, texture and colour, he has found a style in which he develops complex schemes that form structures that he mixes and enlarges while paying special attention to colour. This way, Rosh generates compositions that dodge the very shapes of nature and their organic development to establish a dialogue with the audience in which the artist invites them to get lost aesthetically in the territory of his works. His unrestrained experimentation with materials, formats and techniques is the proof that his work is a creative expression through which he channels his need of frankness and autonomy.