Albert Bonet Florensa, born on March 23, 1996 in Riba-roja d'Ebre (Tarragona). From a very young age, his only passion has been drawing and his concern is graffiti and painting. He studied artistic baccalaureate at the Episcopal College of Lleida in 2014, obtaining excellent results in all artistic subjects and a grade of 10 as a final project. This stage closely linked him to our city to which he has always referred. During this stage he was selected in the DKV 'Fresh Art' Young Art Competition, where he was awarded an honorable mention at the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2015. He then moved to Barcelona where studied one year of the GRAPHIC ART course at the 'Escola Joso' Comic School (2016). By offering to advance a course to a higher level than the rest and together with the motivation of some teachers of the school, they convinced him to go to another academy more focused on art in the natural and realism, so the following year began a year at the '' Barcelona Academy of Art '' (2017). At the end of the course at the age of 19, he was offered a job in a renowned tattoo studio in Barcelona, '' Blessed art tattoo '', where he quickly made a name for himself by tattooing footballers such as Neymar and Luis Suárez. At the same time, he spent all his free time and earnings on tattoos painting in oil with the best materials without worrying about conditioning his aesthetic or message to sell, receiving painting commissions from celebrities like Leo Messi, or doing commissions for well-known national urban music artists. In 2019 he had his first serious solo exhibition at the Melià Hotel in Sitges. In 2020 he was selected to exhibit at the Kronos Art Festival in Barcelona, in the Santa Monica space on Barcelona's Rambla, with artists such as Eduardo Chillida and Lita Cabellut. In November 2021 he opened a solo exhibition sponsored by CANNA, at the Galeria Mutuo in Barcelona, with a large number of attendees. Finally, in December 2021, he was invited to take part in the Barcelona National Art Fair, which was held at the Maritime Museum, where he was awarded the International Painting Prize in the category of realism.