|Born||November 11, 1945|
|Died|| February 12, 2016 70) (aged|
|Known for||editorial cartoons|
Yannis Kalaitzis (Greek : Γιάννης Καλαϊτζής; November 11, 1945 – February 12, 2016) was a Greek cartoonist known for his editorial cartoons in various Greek daily newspapers.
Kalaitzis was born and grew up in the suburb of Kokkinia in Athens, where his family owned a coffee shop.He was a member of Lambrakis Democratic Youth.
Kalaitzis was active for several decades and his works have been published in newspapers such as Avgi , Eleftherotypia , Efimerida ton Syntakton , and magazines such as Vavel, Anti, DIO, and Galera.
He also did the scenic and costume design for the 1977 film Happy Day directed by Pantelis Voulgaris.
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