Camaleon by Perro
Camaleón (El Víbora, 1998-1999)

Carlos García López (Perro) was born in Burgos and was raised and educated in Pamplona. He landed in Barcelona around 1996, and has lived in Hostalets de Pierola since 2004. He started his career as art editor with the Pamplona newspapers Navarra Hoy and Diario de Noticias.

He got his pseudonym from a character he created for Navarra Hoy, 'Hombre Perro'. He has worked as an independent graphic designer and illustrator since 1995. He created the series 'Camaleón', that ran for a year and a half in El Víbora, which was followed by 'Desalmado', a long story written by Hernán Migoya. He also creates special issues and short stories for Ediciones La Cúpula.

Camaléon by Perro

Last updated: 2012-10-05

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