Oscar Senonez Jr. (1975) Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Graduated in Television Direction and Production and having started the Degree in Social Communication, he decided to dedicate himself fully to the profession of illustration.
It works under the pseudonym "Sen!" and "Emilio Darlun", transiting advertising illustration, comic, editorial illustration, graphic humor and illustration for children's & youth literature. In 2017 he made his first book as a full-time author (writer and illustrator) of the book "Equilibridos entre Sueños" ("Balancetwo between Dreams"), aimed at children.
He did work for Argentina, Europe and USA, for clients such as Penguin Random House Publisher, SM, Macmillan, La Brujita de Papel, Santillana, Aguilar, Estrada, Letra Impresa, La Nación, La Serenísima, Glade, Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi and many others, and illustrated books for renowned writers such as Ana María Machado, Graciela Montes, Liliana Bodoc among others.
In his beginnings with drawing he studied at the Carlos Garaycochea school (Master of Argentine graphic humor) and took illustration courses with renowned illustrators, including Daniel Roldan (currently Founder and Professor of the subject Editorial Illustration FADU / UBA, University of Bs.As. Argentina). He also had his teaching period giving talks and workshops on digital illustration theory and technique in different private spaces, including UNAE, (Autonomous University of Encarnación, Paraguay). He was a member of the ADA (Association of Argentine cartoonists) and participated in various exhibitions and collaborative editions on illustration, both local, national and international. .
His works were exhibited in galleries and cultural centers such as Palais De Glace, Recoleta Cultural Center, French Alliance, Cultural Space Library of the National Congress, Faculty of Architecture Design and Urbanism UBA, University of Palermo, Museum of Modern Art of Mendoza, Hall of Honor of the Legislative Palace - Legislatura Porteña CABA, Museum of Fine Arts of La Plata, Book Fair of Bs.As, Museo del Dibujito Bs.As./Milan, University of Medicine of Catalonia (Spain).