We have spoken about Mojo on a number of occasions, both in Tattoo Life magazine and here on our website

Mojo
Mojo

We love to chat with him, because Alfredo Raimondi, aka Mojo, is an old friend of ours. We have followed his exploits and described his work: dark, with a touch of horror, initially with much in common with Biomech. And we also have followed his artistic evolution, which is based on an approach to oil painting and associated with figurative realism.

Drawing is one of those talents where either have it or don’t, there is no two ways about it. And in his case there is no doubt, because Mojo has a real flair for painting, and through his portraits manages to convey moods, feelings and a certain unease through his mastery of light and shadow. Which is why we decided to pay him a visit during this lockdown, to show you what he does and let him tell you how an artist like him has turned his pictorial art into a marvellous heaven, surrounded by the human beings to whom he gives form and life with his paintbrushes.

Mojo