Comic Creator

Sten Rinaldo

(16 January 1906 - 20 November 1989, Sweden)  Sweden

Sten  Rinaldo

Baba by Sten Rinaldo

Sten Georg Rinaldo was a Swedish comic artist who drew the self-syndicated silent comic about the little black girl 'Ba-Ba' in Stockholms-Tidningen from the 1930s into the 1950s. He also made the advertising comic strip 'Varför är Icander så glad?' in ICA magazine from 1941. Later in life, Rinaldo was active as a writer and painter in the Stockholm archipelago. He passed away in Blidö in November 1989.

Baba by Sten Rinaldo

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