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)
  • Cartoonist
  • Writer
  • Artist
  • Publisher
  • Letterer
  • Notable works
    RanXerox, Snake Agent
    Collaborators Tanino Liberatore

    Stefano Tamburini (August 18, 1955 – April 1986) was an Italian graphic artist, comics author and magazine publisher.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

    Biography[edit]

    Born in Rome, Tamburini started writing in 1974. His first comics character, Fuzzy Rat, was published in an independent Rome-based magazine called Combinazioni.

    From 1975 to 1977 he worked for Stampa Alternativa, designing books and leaflets. He also founded the magazines Combinazioni (1974), Cannibale (1977) and Frigidaire (1980)

    Tamburini is primarily known as co-creator of the comic book character RanXerox, with Tanino Liberatore. The graphic novel of the same name embodied the spirit of the 1980s. Along with Andrea Pazienza, he is considered one of the most brilliant Italian comics authors from his generation. In 1983 he married the art gallerist Emi Fontana. He died in Rome in 1986 of a heroin overdose.[7]

    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
    6. ^ Vincenzo Sparagna, FRIGIDAIRE. L'incredibile storia e le sorprendenti avventure della più rivoluzionaria rivista d'arte del mondo. Rizzoli, 2008
    7. ^ "Spending the Day in the Republic of Frigolandia, the Last Refuge of Italian Satire". Vice. Retrieved 2017-09-18. 


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