PEDRO ALVAREZ

 

For over 10 years he alternated tatooing with illustration, design and creation of murals and back drops for massive concerts, television, bars, record covers, books and magazines making already present his particular pre-Hispanic touch. At the age of 27 he had been responsible for the image of a record company specializing in Mexican rock (Discos Culebra), a video channel on cable television (Telehit), the image of Rockotitlan bar, the stores “Rock Shop” and his back drops were used in shows throughout Mexico in places like the Plaza de Toros Mexico, the National Auditorium, Theatre of the City and in cities like New York and Los Angeles.

 

In 1998 he launched the first set of flash "Neoazteca", a reinterpretation of pre-Hispanic motifs specially designed to be tattooed and for the next 10 years his designs were in almost every tattoo studios in Mexico and in many in the United States, Canada and Europe.

 

In 2002, he sets for the first time the Neoazteca stand at the Barcelona Convention and has since participated in numerous tattoo conventions in various countries, always promoting his Mexican style.

He currently lives in Mexico City and devotes 100% of his time to tattooing and illustration for various events and publications on the art of tattooing. 

www.neoazteca.mx

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