"If progress means feeding only one part of people and completely forgetting the other side, then I choose to manifest as naturally as possible and reject any form of progress that later leads to failure."
Vladinsky was born in July, 1988, in the city of Onesti, a city located in the Moldovan area of Romania. From the first years of school he was fascinated by visual arts because of a fine arts teacher. Being the first generation in a country barely escaped from communism, the help received from his parents was modest because the family did not know the true meaning of freedom and it was very difficult to guide him in finding a form of expression.
Somewhere around the age of 7, Vladinsky started sketching cartoon characters because it was very difficult to find books or magazines from where you could find possible posters with cartoon characters specific to childhood. Those moments have deep roots in what would later become the artist. For quite a long time he did not approach any area through which he could express his creativity and followed like the vast majority of young people a normal path, although he felt totally lost.
Near the age of 22, he decided that he would do nothing but become one of the top visual artists internationally. He understood quite quickly that through work and exercise, one can reach the highest level. "If progress means feeding only one part of people and completely forgetting the other side, then I choose to manifest as naturally as possible and reject any form of progress that later leads to failure." Through this statement the artist sends a clear message. The spontaneous way in which he manages to complete the paintings that bear his signature comes only from a very long period of study on the human side and on the natural way in which both the individual and society should function.