10. – 12. 5. 2019.

HDLU, Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb

Guests

Tanino Liberatore

Tanino Liberatore (born Gaetano Liberatore in Quadri, Italy, 12 April 1953) is an Italian cartoonist, comics author, illustrator and painter…

Luigi Piccatto

Luigi Piccatto was born in 1954 in Turin, Italy. He quit medical school to pursue a career in comics, getting his first job in 1977 at the Corrier Boy magazine, where he drew the adventures of Chris Lean in collaboration with scriptwriter Raffaele D’Argenzio…

Helena Klakočar

Helena Klakočar is a versatile visual artist, working in the fields of installation, illustration, comics, animation, graphic design and storytelling, known for autobiographical, social and political themes…

Roberto Diso

Roberto Diso, born in Rome in 1932, attended an art school, after which he studied architecture, but dropped out in order to focus on his career as a comic artist, which began in 1954 on the pages of Il Victorioso magazine in collaboration with Sant D’Amico…

Niko Henrichon

Niko Henrichon is a French-Canadian comic book artist who has worked for several American companies, but also for publishers in France…

Jean-Louis Tripp

Jean-Louis Tripp, born in France in 1958, saw his first pages appear at 19 in the cult SF anthology comics magazine Métal Hurlant…

Valentin Sécher

Valentin Sécher, born 1988 in France, graduated in 2009 from the Ecole Pivaut, a school of applied arts and narrative drawing in Nantes, where he discovered artists like Moebius…

Ivo Milazzo

Ivo Milazzo (Tortona, Italy, 1947) is an Italian illustrator, painter and comic artist with an idiosyncratic and recognizable style. He began his professional path in 1971, together with scriptwriter Giancarlo Berardi, with Tarzan stories for the French market, and the humorous project Il Palafita for Sorry Magazine. Between 1972 and 1973, Milazzo worked for the publisher Gino Sansoni, drawing strips for Horror and Supervip magazines, as well as some episodes of Diabolik. He joined the Bierreci studios, where he cooperated on Disney comics with Giorgio Rebuffi and Lucian Bottaro, as well as Tweety and Silvester stories for the Italian and French market, again with scripts by Berardi…

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