Giulio Gebbia, known by his artistic name Rosk and born in 1988, is one of the most prolific street artists of his generation.
His style, which combines hyperrealism and dreamlike elements, is a result of his profound technical expertise. His unmistakable works can be found on city walls all over the world, including cities such as Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Milan, Paris, New York, Bristol, and Miami.
For several years, he collaborated with Rosk&Loste, and together they ventured into the world of Graffiti Advertising. They worked on projects for renowned international brands like Gucci, Ceres, Axa Insurance, Averna, SEAT X Vanity Fair at the Salone del Mobile. They created artistically significant pieces that have already become iconic, such as the Falcone and Borsellino murals at Palermo’s waterfront.
He has also undertaken artistic projects for Birrificio Semedorato, Cantina La Vite, and Salov. For them, he adorned tanks used in the manufacturing process, turning them into open-air canvases that seamlessly blend with the surrounding landscape.
One of his notable works is “Close the Gap,” located near Milan’s Vertical Forest, commissioned by Fastweb.
Rosk has also created pieces that celebrate sports achievements, including those for Atalanta, SPAL, Lega Serie A TIM, and a recent one in Florence honoring former Fiorentina captain Davide Astori. These works are often situated in the outskirts of cities, contributing to the urban revitalization through art.