Gregor Wosik, born in Upper Silesia in 1955, has lived in Germany since 1984, where, in addition to pursuing a civil career, he has also worked as a freelance artist for the last 26 years. Inspired by masters such as Rembrandt and Caravaggio, he aspires to a realistic depiction of people, placing great importance on a visibly expressive body language. A characteristic feature of his art is his affinity for painting on a large scale, regardless of whether on a wall, asphalt, or canvas. For the last five years, he has specialized in 3D street painting and illusionist art. His largest exhibition to date was held in Vienna where he displayed works as a representative of modern Street Art. In the summer of 2009 six European street artists, including Gregor Wosik completed the world’s largest 3D Street Art project. Over four days they created a 750-square-meter 3D picture, which has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records. In 2012, Gregor Wosik broke this record with a project in Wilhelmshaven covering an area of 1,500 square meters.