Little Dago: A series of humorous drawings. No text,only pictures !

Christophe Desgouttes
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Who is Dago ?

Created in 1989 by Christophe Desgouttes, Dago is a half man and half bird character - a round and a beak, sometimes wings and sometimes arms.
The world of Dago is humorous, both surreal and poetic.

His favorite themes are love, war, the infinitely big and the infinitely small, the city, man, his reasons for living ... everything between birth and death.
First drawn with a Rotring pen, he gradually developed into the 3D World.
As the natural source of the workshop he gave it his name, and you will find traces of him in every films, books and 3DStrips produced by Dagoprod.

Little Dago contains hilarious drawings and visual jokes.

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About the author

Christophe Desgouttes was born in 1966 in Annecy (Haute-Savoie).
In 1989 he created Dago, a half man and half bird character, after whom the animation workshop Dagoprod was named in 2013.
The goal of Dagoprod is to stage not only Dago' world, but also the one of other authors.
The films produced by Dagoprod are later converted into comic strips to allow a wider distribution of these worlds.

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Christophe Desgouttes
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Published on
Feb 24, 2015
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Art / General
Art / Techniques / Drawing
Art / Techniques / Pencil Drawing
Fiction / Humorous / General
Humor / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
Humor / Form / Jokes & Riddles
Humor / General
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This content is DRM free.
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Eligible for Family Library

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