João Zero (cartoonist)


João Zero (cartoonist)

João Zero, (born August 7, 1950) is a Brazilian cartoonist and illustrator journalist.

Born in São Paulo, Zero has a singular style to show the Brazilian way of life.Many of his cartoons to go beyond the Brazilian frontier while idea and retract a perfect vision of the actual society.Son of an old family newsstand owner from Italy, Zero had learned to read before he was five years old, with comic strips from his father's newsstand in Paulista Avenue, Sao Paulo.

External links

* [http://www.cartuns.com.br Official website]


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