Tabaré Gómez Laborde, renowned Uruguayan humorist and cartoonist, passed away at the age of 74, and left a great legacy in the world of comics, drawings and illustrations. Under the pseudonym Tabaré, he stood out for his creativity and his ability to capture reality with a touch of humor.
Born in 1948 in the city of La Paz, department of Canelones, in Uruguay, he began to publish his work in Argentine media starting in 1969. He began drawing as a child under the influence of his uncle Pedro el Pita Laborde, who taught him the trade. .
“Diogenes and the linyera” in the Paseo de la Historieta, one of the emblematic characters of Tabaré
In 1974 he decided to settle in Argentina, where he developed a prolific career that catapulted him to fame. Although he never stopped drawing, his career has recently been affected by pancreatic cancer, which took him away this Tuesday.
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