The artist Daniel Azulay, victim of the coronavirus, died this Friday (March 27). According to the official profile, he passed away in the afternoon in Rio de Janeiro. He was treating leukemia and contracted the virus.
“His joy will continue in all our hearts forever. We will do virtual prayers for him in the coming days because of the isolation. Daniel, we love you !!!”, he published.
Azulay was a plastic artist, educator, draftsman and author of several children's books. Born in Rio de Janeiro on May 30, 2947, he graduated in law but became famous for publishing comic books and cartoons in magazines and newspapers.
The artist's great creation was the “Turma do Lambe-Lambe”, which reverberated in the language of comics and gained television format for ten consecutive years in the Bandeirantes and Educativa networks.