Towloose Lowtrack, from Frigidaire magazine (1984), by Filippo Scozzari
Towloose Lowtrack (Frigidaire, 1984)

Filippo Scozzari started his comic career in the mid-1970s, working for the magazines Re Nudo, Alteralter and Mago. Scozzari was one of the founders of the magazines Cannibale and Frigidaire. On the pages of these magazines, he published several of his own illustrations and comics. Among these comics are series like 'Dottor Jack' and 'La dalia azzura'. In the late eighties, Scozzari focused on publishing, becoming assistant manager of Frigidaire and executive editor of Il Lunedi della Repubblica. Scozzari has made several advertising illustrations, CD covers and movie posters.

Unament pour lucrezia, by Filippo Scozzari

Filippo Scozzari artwork

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