- Marcelo Alzetta
- Julián D'Angiolillo
- Mariano Gomez
- Mariano Grassi
- Karin Idelson
- Rosana Ojeda
- Martín Sichetti
- Laura Spivak
- Frank Vega
Born in 1975 in Buenos Aires, he took classes in comics from Alberto Breccia, and also did studies in Fine Arts, cinema and photography. He co-edited the comics magazine “El Tripero” between 1994 and 2002, and his works have appeared in publications like Barbaria (2000), Ramona 36 – Breccia Special (2003), Camouflage Comics (The Netherlands, 2004), Ojo de vidrio (Chile, 2006), La cabula (2007), La mano (2008), Carboncito (Peru, 2010-2012), Ñ (Clarín Newspaper Cultural Pages, 2010-2013), “Un Faulduo” (2010-2014), Barcelona (2011), Brando (2012), Crisis (2013) and others. In 2000 he obtained the Comics Award in the 27* Piracicaba (Brazil) Humour Contest.
He published the graphic novels “Llegar a los 30” (“Reaching the thirties”, Emecé, 2007) and “Creciendo en público” (“Growing up in public”, Ediciones Tren en Movimiento, 2013). He teaches comics for adults and for children in several institutions, and promotes the self-edition among his students, who have published several magazines. He showed his work in many galleries and institutions, such as C.C. Rojas, C. C. Recoleta, C. C. Borges, ICI (actual CCEBA), Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Tecnópolis, Cruce de Artes, Appetite, Del Infinito Arte, Arteconsult (Panamá), Musetta Café, Club Editorial Río Paraná (Rosario) and Oficina 26 (Rosario), among other places. Since 2010 he is a member of the art & comics collective “Un Faulduo” (www.unfaulduo.com).
Growing up in public (2013)
Graphic novel published by Tren en Movimiento Ediciones
User manual for human life (2012)
Comics made for Brando Magazine. Script by Nicolás Artusi.
Mural intervention. Collective show with Viviana Blanco, Caro Chinaski, Lucía Spotorno and Alejandra Tavolini. Del Infinito Arte gallery.
Murals (2006 - 2008)
Painted in particular houses and commercial businesses in Bs. As.