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Mordillo's world.

Son of Spanish parents, his childhood was spent in Villa Pueyrredón (Buenos Aires) where he had a precocious interest in drawing. In 1948 he was certified as Illustrator at the School of Journalism. Two years later part of the studio's animation team bruche Burone while doing illustrations for children's stories (Perrault's Tales, Tales of Schmid, The Bremen Town Musicians and The Three Little Pigs) edited by Codex. For 1952 Mordillo Galas Studies co-founded, dedicated to the production of animations. Meanwhile, still developing his career as an illustrator and publishing some strips in local magazines.
On November 7, 1955 leaves for Lima, Peru, where he works as a freelance designer for the advertising company McCann Erikson. In 1958 Aesop's Fables illustrated and Samaniego for Editorial Iberia Lima.

After doing illustrations for greeting cards for Hallmark Cards in Kansas City based, he left the United States in 1960. There is used in the Paramount Pictures in New York. It is part of the realization of films globally significant two characters: Popeye and Little Lulu and make two characters for the short film Trick for tree.

Three years later, on August 20 course changes again. This time traveling to Europe, arriving in Paris on September 19. They performed at first humorous letters to Mic-Max Edition. In July 1966 he began collaborating with the magazine Le pelerin and shortly after doing the same in Paris Match. Two years later, his works begin to be reproduced in publications of other parts of the world, among which Germany's Stern. In Paris he met his wife Amparo Camarasa, marrying in 1969 and with whom he has two children: Sebastién Jerome (1970) and Cecile Isabelle (1972).

In 1980 he moved to Mallorca, Spain and named president of the International Association of Authors Comics and Cartoons (AIAC) based in Geneva, Switzerland. After 18 years in Spain, returned to France in 1998. The following year he participated in the Creative Workshop Zermatt, Switzerland.
In 2007 leaves the colored ink drawings and experiment with new materials: acrylics, pastels and colored pencils. The following year he Petrus Art with a series of reproductions of drawings in high definition. Also that year sold through internet a publication numbered and signed by the author: Mordillo Collection.

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