Zar Wasserwirbel (in Freien Welt, 1989), by Tanja Neljubina
Zar Wasserwirbel (Freien Welt, 1989)

Tanja Neljubina was born in Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg). She studied architecture and initially worked as a professor at the School of Architecture. She moved to the DDR in the 1980s, where she began a career as a freelance graphic artist in 1987. Her illustrations and comics appeared in magazines like Eulenspiegel and Freien Welt. She also illustrated for publishers like Volk und Welt.

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Laatste update: 2010-07-23

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