Chip 'n' Dale, by Jaime Cases
Chip 'n' Dale (Donald Duck 34, 1982)

Jaume Cases is a Spanish sculptor, painter and illustrator. He began his artistic career at the age of 14 as a painter and carver. He was an illustrator for children's books and postcards for Bruguera, Totem and Toray in the 1960's. In the following decade, he showcased his skills as a sculptor, both inside and outside of Spain, like in the Australian Museum in Sydney and the Barcelona Provincial Council Local Museum.

He was a comic artist with the Comicup studios in the early 1980's, doing art on Disney stories starring 'Chip 'n' Dale', 'Pluto' and 'Mickey Mouse' for the Dutch Donald Duck weekly. He also drawn some stories with 'Pauli' for Rolf Kauka in Germany. By 1984, Cases was a teacher with the La LLotja art school and he also worked on promotional art through advertising agencies.

Between 1990 and 1992 he worekd with Javier Mariscal on sculptures from his Cobi, Petra and Noisi characters. He also participated in the Sevilla Expo. These days, Cases is best known for the many monuments and sculptures he has made for various municipalities and churches.

Pluto by Jaime Cases
Pluto (Donald Duck 30, 1982)


Last updated: 2012-08-07

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