Argentine cartoonist who's best known for his daily comic strip, Macanudo, which is featured in the newspaper La Nation. He previously published a weekly strip called Bonjour in NO! in newspaper Pagina/12. He has also famously illustrated several covers for The New Yorker.
He studied advertising in college but decided to pursue a career in comics working in fanzines until transitioning to magazines and newspapers.
His first published book in the U.S. titled The Big Wet Balloon was chosen by The Parent's magazine as the best children's book of 2013.
He was born Richardo Liniers Siri, but is better known by his middle name Liniers. He married writer Angie Erhardt del Campo. They have three daughters named Matilda, Clementina, and Emma.
He was influenced to pursue comics by cartoonist Herge.