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Felipe Camargo

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Felipe Camargo Rojas (1988) graduated cum laude in visual arts from the Javerian University. Obsessed with the lack of communication within urban environments, he focused his first individual exhibition particularly on this topic.  During that occasion he also presented his first graphic novel, el señor solitario y la anciana incomunicada. He took part in various collective exhibitions. His main interests are painting, illustration, comics and editorial design. His comics have been featured on la Gacetilla de Robot and on Revista Larva. He was a guest at the Entreviñetas Festival 2012. His most recent project is a graphic novel about the legendary life of Juan Rulfo written by Oscar Pantoja.

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