Enrique Ortega is a Spanish illustrator, who also did some comics in the 1970s. He illustrated the series 'Historietas para Pensar' in El Acordéon (1976), and contributed stories like 'Un Asesinato' to the horror magazine Macabro (Ed. Ursus). In the 1980s and 1990s he focused on illustrating, among others for the magazines Autoclub, Marie Claire, El País, Diario 16, Paris Match, El Semanal and the publishers Planeta, Editorial Enric Sió, Unidad Editorial and Ediproyectos. For many years, he has been an illustrator for the magazine Cambio 16.
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