Vincent Glowinski first trained through courses of morphology and anatomy, and study sessions in the Museum of Natural History. He
moved to Brussels in 2005 to begin studies at the School of Visual Arts La Cambre. Since his arrival in Belgium he gradually gained
public recognition under the name BONOM through gigantic mural works in the city depicting animals, skeletons, plants etc.
Inspired by the work of Edward Muybridge and Jules Marey, Bonom paints “chrono-photography” frescoes along the railroad tracks,
including the Gare du Luxembourg and Etterbeek station or in the subway. Following his arrest by the police in 2009, BONOM now
works under his real name, Vincent Glowinski on several huge scale projects for the city of Brussels. He recently exhibited his works
in Botanic, Ixelles museum and the Kanal Festival.