BIOGRAPHY

Mojmir Umberto Ježek was born in Rome to a Czechoslovak father and a Roman mother.

He studied architecture, had a child and joined the "Fantastici 4" graphic design studio. For the next ten years he beat his head against a brick wall in the search for an impossible revolution. Bandaging his head, he began to work, becoming a cartoonist, doing graphic art work, drawing the "Madame Inquieta" strip cartoon for Linus, painting, sculpting in hard and soft materials (beaten copper, polystyrene and foam rubber) and making videos (Apollo & Daphne reloaded). He sailed to more or less every corner of the Mediterranean until it turned into a cemetery. He started working with agony aunt Natalia Aspesi on the "Questioni di Cuore" ("Matters of the Heart") column in La Repubblica's "Venerdì" supplement decades ago. And he is still at the coalface...