Andrei Tonita was born in Craiova, Romania on 11th May 1993. With nothing happening around this small town, he naturally turned himself to art and literature to fight the daily monotony. After finishing college and obtaining a degree in Fine Arts, things took a turn for the better. He moved to Bucharest to pursue his dream of creating art and exploring new ways of artistic expression. A few recurrent themes in his works are moral, social and political critique as well as problems that society is facing today. Being deeply inspired by John Stuart Mill and his Utilitarianism, he portrays in his works the need for a less self-destructing society. Wars, greed, violence, elitism and ignorance are just a few things that hold us back from developing into a thriving society, where everyone’s needs and wishes are fulfilled.