Poluhin Vyacheslav

Moscow, Russia



He was born on June 7, 1956.

1980 – 1984 – Studio of young cartoonists at the Soviet magazine Krokodil.
He studied with outstanding masters of this genre.
By the end of the 80s – one of the leading artists and twice winner (1986 and 1989.) “Crocodile”.

Closer cooperation with Crocodile until 1991, the year of the official death of one of the most beloved in the Soviet Union magazine of political satire and humor.

1992-1997 – full-time artist in the “Legal Gazette.” It was during these years of the newspaper that it was very noisy in the State Duma.
He painted political caricatures of Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Chubais, Chernomyrdin, etc., etc.
As a reward for himself, Yeltsin’s decree on closing the newspaper was adopted.

During the Soviet period, I took numerous part in exhibitions both in our country and abroad.

Since 1986, he began collaborating with many children’s art and educational publishers. For a wonderful studio, “Filmstrip” made dozens of filmstrips. Illustrated about two hundred children’s books and textbooks.

BEC 2010

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