Based in Barcelona, Emilio Cerezo’s artistic expression spans paint, mural art and tattoo. On his work, you can appreciate two different complementary aesthetics: In his pictorial work the use of the stain and the color has a great protagonism, giving priority to the gestuality of the brushstroke, with a blurred and broken appearance. It is on the murals that there is a greater burden of meaning.
For the tattoo, instead, he opts for a more refined aesthetic, with the exclusive use of black, looking for a formal synthesis and a clean line result that allows the greatest possible durability in the skin. The point in common of both lines of work is the interest in the abstraction and the internal movement of the figures, as well as the deconstruction of the objects, either by stain or by the use of plots.