Feggo is the nom de plume of Felipe Galindo Gómez, an award-winning Mexican artist who since 1983 has lived and worked in New York City. He creates humorous art in a variety of media, including cartoons, illustrations, animations, fine art, and public art.
-Feggo by Marissa Acocella Marchetto
“Felipe’s work is not only good humored but good hearted and guaranteed to lift your spirits"
“Felipe’s cartoon art is absolutely unique and among the most creative I have seen anywhwere. The humor in his drawings is most often conveyed without falling back on the crutch of words or captions. I envy him that ability, because, as a cartoonist myself, I know that he has chosen the most difficult path in this art form and has triumphed.”
“It is a rare cartoonist who appeals to such diverse readerships as the Reader’s Digest, Barron’s, The New Yorker and Nickelodeon, to name just a few of the magazines where the widely published Felipe Galindo’s cartoons can be found. As cartoon editor of The New Yorker I especially enjoy Felipe’s carefully constructed sight gags, whose wordless humor unites all demographics in laughter.“
"Books that are enjoyable learning gears"