Lugovkin Viktor

22.09.1950

Cartoonist

He was born on September 22, 1950 in Serpukhov, Moscow region, in the family of a military musician.
He graduated from the Higher Serpukhov Military Engineering School of Missile Forces.
The first cartoon was published in 1979 in the newspaper Nedelya, co-authored with Vasily Filippov, while serving at the missile test site in Kapustin Yar.
The first independent drawing was published in the Volgograd newspaper Molodoy Leninets in 1981. Subsequently, cartoons were published in the newspapers: “People’s Tribune”, “Trud”, “Socialist Industry”, “Izvestia”, “Moskovsky Komsomolets”, “Lenin’s Banner” , “Sputnik”, “Workers ‘and Peasants’ Correspondent”, “Man and Law”, “Sankey Shimbun” (Japan), in regional and local publications. In 1986 he came to the editorial office of the magazine “Crocodile”. Collaborated with this publication before its closure. 8-time winner of the annual award of the magazine “Crocodile”.

Multiple winner of cartoon contests in the newspapers Trud and Rabochaya Tribuna. A participant of foreign and domestic exhibitions.

Personal exhibition together with Vasily Dubov in 1992 in the Moscow cinema “Fitil”. Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia.

BEC 2011

 




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