Guillermo Divito started his career in 1931 in Paginas de Columba. Some time later he collaborated with Dante Quinterno, poducing such comic strips as 'El Enemigo del Hombre' and 'Oscar Dientes de Leche', both published in the comic magazine Patoruzu. In 1944, Divito founded the humor magazine Rico Tipo. His creations include 'Bombolo', 'Pochita Morfoni', 'El Doctor Merengue', 'Fulmine' and his most popular work 'Fallutelli'.
However, Guillermo Divito owes most of his fame to the grace and style with which he depicted the female figure. His famous "Divito girls," tall and luscious beauties with narrow waists and generous bosoms. Guillermo Divito was killed in a car crash in 1969.