The Italian comic artist and illustrator Giorgio Bordini was born and educated in Venice. He teamed up with Romano Scarpa and cooperated on several advertising animations, as well as the animation film 'La Piccola Fiammiferaia' in 1953. He moved to Venezuela in 1955, where he became head of the art department of Radio Caracas Television. He returned to Italy in 1961, and joined Scarpa again to begin a longtime collaboration with the Italian Disney production for Topolino. Initially illustrating scripts by Guido Martina, Carlo Chendi, Rodolfo Cimino or Jerry Siegel, Bordini began writing scripts himself in 1977. He also created the comic characters 'He and She', which were published in Il Giornale di Barbie, and briefly cooperated on the German 'Fix und Foxi' series at Kauka.
Giorgio Bordini virtual museum