Felipe Galindo (Feggo), born in Cuernavaca, Mexico(1957), graduated from the National University of Mexico's School of Visual Arts. He resides now in New York City. His graphic work has been exhibited and published extensively around the world, and is featured in many public and private collections. He has been the recipient of several international awards such as the "People's Choice Award" Omiya Festival, Japan, the New York Foundation for Arts "E. Boe Humor Award" and the US/México Fund for Culture Grant.
His first animation film, "Feggorama" (1992) consists of a group of 9 humorous shorts, and was featured in The New York Animation Festival and at Caroline's Comedy Club. The following year, MTV commissioned him 4 shorts for the second season of the "Liquid Television" program. They were featured later on Latin MTV programs. "The Manhatitlán Chronicles" is his third animated film.