António Jorge Gonçalves





António Jorge Gonçalves

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I was born in Lisbon (Portugal)Graduated in Graphic Design from the Lisbon School of Fine Arts and took a Master’s degree in Theatre Design at the Slade School of Fine Art in London.I have teached at IADE and RESTART art schools.Storytelling through images is my passion: since ’78 I have been publishing Graphic Novels in books, newspapers and magazines in Portugal, Spain, France and Italy


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Uma Escuridão Bonita
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O Dia dos Prodígios
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O que diz Molero
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