Jorit Ciro Cerullo (b. 24 November 1990) is an Italian muralist. After studying at the scientific lyceum Galileo Galilei in his home town of Naples, he attended the Neapolitan Academy of Fine Arts, where he was awarded a first class degree.
He started to paint as street writer in his home city in 2005 and used the nickname ‘Agoch’, also included in the signature on the Norwegian work below. Since 2013, Jorit has been focused exclusively on the realistic representation of the human face marked with two red stripes on the cheeks, which refer to magical rituals marking them as part of the ‘Human Tribe’. He combines a profound realism with a great technical mastery to achieve stunning large scale murals.