From magazine Daga, by Hristo Kardjilov

Hristo Kardjilov was born in Sofia in 1952. He studied at the Acedemy of Fine Arts Nikolaï Pavlovitch in Sofia, where he graduated as an illustrator. Until 1982, he mainly worked as an illustrator of books, and he also made comics such as 'The Mystery of Port Anger', 'The fifth Low of Robotics' and 'Elemag - the Warrior of Khan Tervel' for magazine Duga; and 'Signal from Casa Nostra' and 'Blockade' for magazine Chuden Sviat. After 1982, he devoted himself to graphic arts, specializing in several techniques.

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Last updated: 2006-12-21

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