Motivated by the desire to convey true stories, Dobrowolski launched a series of street art campaigns in different countries, using his art to juxtapose Western consumerism with human suffering.

Billboards evoked the detrimental impact of fast fashion, specifically the collapse of the Bangladesh garment factory Rana Plaza which resulted in the death of over 1,000 workers.

Another campaign ‘Christmas in Yemen’ was produced in Berlin in 2017 which included materialistic scenes collaged with scenes of war and poverty.

“I just want to give a voice to the voiceless. Because for many, the world is a merciless thing.”

Dobrowolski’s work has been exhibited in Miami, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Berlin, Rzeszów and London and can be found in the private collections of numerous celebrities including Channing Tatum, Gigi Hadid, and Nicole Scherzinger.

In June 2019, Dobrowolski collaborated with internationally recognized band 5 Seconds of Summer for a live painting masterclass.

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