Cartoonist, graphic artist.
Alexander Mikhailovich Telegin, was born on December 25, 1950 in Ramenskoye, Moscow region.
After serving in the army, he entered the Geographical Faculty of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, from which he graduated in 1978 with a degree in Economics and Geographer of the USSR.
From 1978 to 1991 he worked as a junior, then a senior researcher at the Council for the Study of Production Forces under the Gosplan (State Planning) of the USSR.
He was a representative of the Gosplan (State Planning) of the USSR in Mongolia, in economics. Candidate of Economic Sciences.
In 1991, he was engaged in attracting investments in the economic sector.
Subsequently, he became the organizer of the creation of the “Central Coordinating Union of Interregional Property Associations”.
At certain stages, he was an adviser in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, headed a Department in the Ministry of Public Administration of the Russian Federation, engaged in individual entrepreneurial activity as an arbitration manager.
A consulting lawyer for one of the construction companies.
The first public exhibitions of cartoons were held at quarterly fairs, and were presented as a hobby.
On the recommendation of the magazine “Crocodile”, graduated from the Faculty of Painting of the All-Union Correspondence University of Arts named after Krupskaya.
- In 2008, recognition came – a victory at the international illustrator competition.
- Since 2009, a member of the Creative Union of Professional Artists.
Reference: BEC (the Big Encyclopedia of Caricature), 2012