When we first came across the work of Robert “Tone” Proch it was part of his collaboration work with other featured Polish artists Pener, and Autone. Tone’s work aggressive movement, controlled with his use of geometry and deconstructed shapes. We have seen some great collaboration murals where tone provides figurative elements to massive deconstructed compositions. When you look at the work of Robert Proch’s work, you are left with the influence of deconstructionism, but with the use of the figure giving us the reference to futurism. What impresses most is Tone’s ability to capture futurist like movements, yet create strong gestural imagary. Usually working in a palette resembling monochromatic tones Proch simplifies an already complex aesthetic. We will be watching the artist for future projects and hope you check out his progression on his site as well.