Robi Walters

London-born Robi Walters spent last year working in the distinguished position of Aston Martin’s Artist in Residence. He used the time spent in his residency to gather materials recycled from Aston Martin’s main production sites to create inventive, original and provocative works of art.

The residency also gave Walters the opportunity to collaborate on special projects with Aston Martin’s Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman.

Robi’s first sculpture was created using the contents of his recycling bin over a decade ago, he conceptualised the piece when he began to contemplate human consumption, sustainability and the knock-on effects of consumerism.

The mesmerising works of art he creates are socially charged statements expressed with the forms of sacred geometry, they explore inner space and the calm he seeks in his daily practice of meditating.

Walters’s collages and paintings are vibrant, high-spirited bursts of colourful expression. His mixed-media artworks are pieced together using unusual materials such as the packaging from household items and broken vinyl LPs amongst other discarded objects.

His most recent collaboration is with Formula 1, a brand that he’s had an affinity with since he was a young boy that developed into a deep admiration for their spirit of innovation and ability to overcome limitations and break new ground.

Walters was nominated by The Telegraph in its ‘Amazing 15’ in the Arts and Culture section, named as one of the top creatives in the UK, before later winning the ‘Arts and Culture’ category.

Robi Walters has now opened his own art studio and gallery in London’s Soho and he is continually overcoming any internal and external boundaries in order to achieve his dream and make them a reality.

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