Bogi Fabian is a Hungarian artist, most commonly known for her multiluminous art pieces. Her works include murals, ceramics, painting, installation art, photography, body painting, sculpting, etc.
Boglárka “Bogi” Réka Fábián was born in Körmend, Hungary on July 21st, 1984 into an educated but somewhat troubled family background. She experimented with singing, dancing and other fields of art before settling at painting and visuals arts. Fabian used art as a way to express herself while moving around the country living in different foster homes.
Having received no advanced formal education in art, Fabian has self-developed her own techniques through the years as she was encouraged by her audience to carry on working on her skills.
At the age of seventeen, Fabian left Hungary to pursue other ventures in Italy following a love interest. These events marked her first forays into pursuing art as a profession in her early twenties as she first started selling her paintings and slowly began receiving accolades throughout Europe for her portraits, nude figure depictions and other works at various competitions and exhibitions.
Under the motto : “Art - even when the lights go down”
In 2007, Fabian started experimenting with Ultraviolet and glow-in-the-dark colors - inspired by a teenage experience - as an attempt to elevate the fluorescent and phosphorescent technique back into mainstream art, first using it as add-ons for paintings, live performances, which were later followed by full-on murals, ceramics and other art pieces that use the complete effects of the three techniques in one.
While taking up various assignments in photography, painting and other artistic ventures in Italy from 2010, Fabian perfected the self-titled “multiluminous” technique that incorporates various glow-in-the dark and “classical” painting skills and crafts that is capable of showing different images under different spectra or in the absence of light.
Following the massive interest towards her multiluminous murals in 2015, she developed a printing technology and other art pieces, replicating her art, and set up a company in Austria where she currently resides.
A long process to develop a new technology
Bogi spent over 3 years to develop the technology enabling the production of her prints and wallpapers.
In 2017, after a successful crowdfunding campaign (it was funded by the supporters a 6 times beyond her goal) Bogi aimed to start the production of an already developed collection.
By the end of 2017 her Multiluminous Studio is readily in motion and her works are now available worldwide for the public, including a glow in the dark print collection of the most iconic images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.