The world of fine art and celebrity tattooists, don’t often collide unless, of course, you are talking about the extremely talented young artist, Alessandro Capozzi.
This terrifyingly talented progeny has been developing his unique brand of ultra-modern tattoo work, fused with his deep understanding of classical art since he was the new kid on the block, opening Aureo Roma, his first studio in Rome, at the unbelievably young age of 21. He is well known for producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
Known in the industry for his tender years and outstanding achievements in quite possibly the most cultural city in the world, he is one of the most-watched and sought-after tattoo and fine artists amongst his contemporaries.
“he is one of the most-watched and sought after tattoo and fine artist amongst his contemporaries”.
With a swathe of celebrities, VIP’s and other culture vultures making the pilgrimage to his studio – and his global travels providing on-trend and breathtakingly intricate inking, he is the go-to-artist and name on everyone’s lips and together with the success of creating a modern tattoo artist website, he experiences huge interest and customer inflow.
No.1 Studio in Rome
Alessandro’s studio is situated right across from the world-famous Colosseum, in one of the most coveted locations in the world. It is now known, richly deserved, as the No.1 Tattoo studio in Rome.
Such is the draw of this fabulous location and the unquestionable flair and expertise of this young entrepreneur, that other tattoo artists from all around the world flock to work alongside him as guest artists.
“…the unquestionable flair and expertise of this young entrepreneur, that other tattoo artists from all around the world flock to work alongside him as guest artists.”
His young and admiring contemporaries often make the crusade to one of Europe’s most culturally rich and artistically influential cities, to experience the diverse and historical legacy of this wonderful culture.
Along with what the wonders of Rome have to offer in terms of its outstanding cultural and artistic impact, many other up-and-coming artists in the world of all things art and ink, are lucky enough to work collaboratively with this precociously talented fire starter.
While observing Alessandro’s undeniably incredible attention to detail and skilled craft, other young creative peers and members of this new artistically talented cohort, are able to collaborate in bringing the most cutting edge and a neoteric blend of art and craftsmanship to the bodies and the homes of prominent, current and VIP clients.
Previous projects and the world of celebrity
Within Alessandro’s unique and impressive portfolio, are many stellar clients. These influential celebrities, sports, and TV personalities are queuing up for a piece of his exceptional ink and fine artwork.
Ashley Greene, who is known for playing Alice Cullen in the film adaptations of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight novels, along with her husband Paul Khoury, made a journey all the way from LA to Rome, simply to buy one of Alessandro’s exquisite art pieces.
Actor Ben Hardy who played Roger Taylor in the awesome Bohemian Rhapsody, flew in from London to get his very first tattoo.
Ryan Crotty, the outstanding and talented center for the New Zealand All Blacks, traveled halfway across the globe from the world of the Antipodean, to capture Alessandro’s talent and eye for detail.
In his quest to take the body art form to even greater heights, Alessandro spends a portion of his time commuting across the planet in order to bring his unique and ultra-modern artistic mastery and expertise to many VIP and other celebrity clients.
For example, recently he traveled to Los Angeles to creatively Ink the bicep of TV actor Jack Griffin, who is currently in LA filming new scenes for the second season of his new Netflix show Alexa & Katie.
“unique and ultra modern artistic mastery and expertise”.
Always on the lookout for meaningful projects and ways in which to use art and ink to create positive outcomes. Alessandro recently worked on the ‘Healing Ink’ non-profit project, which delivered a powerful and healing hit of contemporary tattoo art to victims of terrorist acts.
These incredible events of altruistic healing were held in both Haifa in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and were part of a larger project which was reported in 1,200 newspapers across the globe, in 5 different languages, and in 6 different countries.
By using a combination of powerful emotional imagery, skilled tattoo artists, including Alessandro, Ryan Ashley Malarkey, and other important contemporaries, produced a tattoo unique to each survivor. These works of ink art symbolized the impact such events had on this brave group of people.
Alongside body inking, this major philanthropic endeavor also saw this group of benevolent artists, tattooing near major historic holy sites and artifacts. which included The Haifa Museum of Art and Tel Aviv’s City Hall. The effect of this truly awe-inspiring art was international, immediate, and moreover, powerful.
“…the ‘Healing Ink’ non-profit project, which delivered a powerful and healing hit of contemporary tattoo art to victims of terrorist acts”.
With over 180k believers, regularly tuning into Alessandro’s Insta page, his artwork is set to make his current success in the world of art and tattooing reach new stratospheric heights.
With an ongoing goal to create unique, bespoke, and exciting art pieces for every one of his customers, both in Rome and all across the world, Alessandro is also looking to achieve turning body inking into a fine art form.
Discover Alessandro’s amazing studio in Rome designed as an art gallery, with internationally famous artworks displayed to create a unique and inspiring workspace.
Within this creative environment, he is able to continue creating some of the finest artwork in both fine art and tattoo forms.
“…his artwork is set to make his current success in the world of art and tattooing reach new stratospheric heights”.
For more work from Alessandro Capozzi, check out his own studio gallery at Studio Aureo.