Stefano Tamburini

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Stefano Tamburini
Born (1955-08-18)August 18, 1955
Rome, Italy
Died 1986 (aged 30–31)
Italy
Nationality Italian
Area(s)
Notable works
RanXerox 'Snake Agent"
Notable collaborations
Tanino Liberatore

Stefano Tamburini (August 18, 1955 – April 1986) was an Italian graphic artist, author and publisher.[1][2][3][4][5]

Born in Rome, he founded the magazines Combinazioni (1974), Cannibale (1977) and Frigidaire (1980)

He is the creator of comic character RanXerox, which later own in its bombastic, hyperrealistic, colorful version was drawn by his friend Tanino Liberatore. He embodied with his graphic work the spirit of the eighties, bringing great innovation in this field. With his friend Andrea Pazienza, Stefano has been one of the most brilliant mind of his generation. In 1983 he married Emi Fontana.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Michele Mordente e Giuseppe Marano (a cura di), Una matita a serramanico, Millelire, Viterbo, Stampa Alternativa, 1997
  2. ^ Stefano Peppoloni e Michele Mordente (a cura di), Stefano Tamburini, Flit n.5, Perugia, Edizioni Art Core, 1998
  3. ^ Michele Mordente (a cura di), Stefano Tamburini: Ranxerox – le sceneggiature originali, Viterbo, Stampa Alternativa, 2002
  4. ^ Filippo Scòzzari, Prima pagare poi ricordare. Da «Cannibale» a «Frigidaire». Storia di un manipolo di ragazzi geniali, Roma, Coniglio Editore, 2004. ISBN 88-88833-13-7
  5. ^ Michele Mordente (a cura di), Banana Meccanica, Coniglio Editore. 2006. ISBN 978-88-6063-010-0

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