Argentine cartoonist Tino has died at the age of 88
HUA 365 Argentina September 30, Argentina local time on the morning of September 30, Argentina's national treasure cartoon master Dino (formerly Warner Salvador Ravado Joaquín Salvador Lavado) died at the age of 88. Mr. Deino was born in the argentine province of Mendoza in the city of Guaymallén. His work is known for its ingenious humor, exquisite painting skills and great humanitarianism, the most famous of which is the series of short comics "Mafalda".
Its editor, Daniel Divinsky, posted the sad news through his Twitter account: "All the good people across the country and around the world will cry over the passing of Tyno. "
TinoBorn in Mendoza on July 17, 1932, his work is particularly importantMafalda, accompaniedGenerations of childhood.As a child, he aspired to be a cartoonist. He was only 13 when his mother died, and in the same year he decided to enter the Mendoza Academy of Fine Arts. In 1954, after his compulsory military service, he went to Buenos Aires, the capital, to realize his dream of becoming a cartoonist.
At the age of 30, Tino held his first comic book show at a bookstore in Buenos Aires, and a year later his first wordless comic book, "The World of Tyno," was published by the humorist Miguel Brasco. At the same time, under Brasco's introduction, Deno signed a contract with an advertising ad company that was preparing to promote the Mansfield series of household appliances, and at the request of the advertising ad company, he imitated "Peanuts" and "Blonde Girl" to create a cartoon image of a little girl, beginning with the M letter for him as Mafada.
In 1968, Tino's comics also arrived in Europe, where 30 comic strips were translated into Italian into an anthology of literary and humorous comics, Children's Books for Masochistic Adults. In 1969 Italy published the first of Tino's comic books, "The Arguable Girl Mafada." In 1971, Mafada was translated into English, French, German, Hebrew and other languages, in addition to Latin America, but also in Israel, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Austria and many other countries in the publication, the impact of the world.
After news of Mr. Tino's death broke, netizens posted messages on social networking sites to pay tribute to the master. Argentina's Vice President Cristina and the mayor of the capital tweeted:
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