Trini Tinturé was born in Lleida, Catalonia, in the middle of the Spanish Civil War. In the 1960s, she began to submit samples of fairy tale comics and joined the Bruguera publishing house. In addition to her work for the European market, her art began to be published in England and Scotland, where she drew consistently across the children's and girls' titles for 20 years, in addition to drawing romance comics for women. One of her most famous strips was 'Oh, Tinker!', which ran in June and School Friend. In addition to this, she also drew several iconic serials for Jinty, including A Spell of Trouble, Creepy Crawley, and The Slave of Form 2B. In 2019 the Barcelona International Comic Fair awarded her the Honorary Prize of the Women Comic Artists Guild.