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Even Mehl Amundsen is a freelance concept artist from Norway who has worked for studios like Volta, Blizzard, Riot, Wizards of the Coast and many more. Besides that he has been working on his own world shown in TEGN. He travels a lot, teaching what he has learned in workshops and giving advice to newcomers.

TEGN – Book 3 (2018)

TEGN – Book 2 (2018)

TEGN – Book 1 (2017)

Pierre Christin

Is it really necessary to introduce Pierre Christin, author of so many comics ? Okay, if you instist… He studied at the Sorbonne and Sciences Po (Political Sciences) in Paris and wrote a Ph.D Thesis in Compartive Literature. Founder and then director of the Journalism School of Bordaeaux, regular contributor to the magazine Pilote, he also loves Jazz music. He has worked with Jacques Tardi, François Boucq, Enki Bilal… In 1967, he creates, with his long time friend,  Jean-Claude Mézières, the Valerian series, a huge succes! We are so proud to be working with such a talented writer and man!

In the catalog:

Brooklyn Station Terminus Cosmos – Artist’s Edition (2019 – à paraître)

Châtelet Station, Direction Cassiopeia – Artist’s Edition (2017)

-Birds of the Master – Artist’s Edition (2016)

Dave Coverly

Dave Coverly is from Michigan. Very popular on the Internet, his drawings are widely distributed. But until now, his work had never been translated into French! These drawings are daily published in more than 400 newspapers including the Washington Post, the Globe & Mail, the Chicago Tribune and the New Yorker. In 2009, he received the Reuben Award for Best Comic Drawing.

Cromwell

CROMWELL

Cromwell is a troublemaker. Son of a Foreign Legion officer, he was forbidden to read comics. He succeeded in not following his father steps and went to the prestigious Gobelins School. There, he discovers animation and makes knew friends including Riff Reb’s with whom he will found the Atelier Azylum. His subversive style brought him to the top of the French comic artists and illustrators.

In the catalog:

EndZone (to be published in September 2019)

Even Mehl Admunsen

Jesper Ejsing is a freelance Danish artist. He lives in Copenhaguen, and has work, among other, for companies such as Wizards of the Coast (Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: The Gathering), Fantasy Flight Games, etc…

In the catalog:

Elsewhere (2019)

Even Mehl Admunsen

Jérémie Fleury is a versatile illustrator, who graduated the illustration school Emile Cohl from Lyon. Graduated in 2010, he starts to carry out his gift as a concept artist and as a 3D graphic designer for video game studios like Ubisoft. He has drawn his first children’s book in 2012 by adapting Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”. Since, Jérémie works full-time as an illustrator for children’s book and board games for several publishing houses or game studios like Flammarion, Nathan, Bayard, Auzou, Days of Wonder, Bombyx, Ravensburger…

In the catalog:

Cool Girls (2019)

Massimiliano

Massimiliano Frezzato was born in Torino in 1967. He began to draw at an early age and had his first work published when he was 17. He worked for the advertisement industry for some years but came back to its first love, comics, in 1995 when he began to work on the “Gardiens du Maser”, a saga that would keep him busy for more than 10 years!

Armel Gaulme

Born in 1981, Armel Gaulme graduated from Penninghen/Académie Julian (Paris), where he is now teaching classic drawing and perspective. Alan Lee, John Howe and European illustrators from the 1900 were is source of inspiration. As a professional, he realised different books for children with the Adam Biro/ Le baron Perché, then with other publishing houses (Casterman, Bayard…) before he got interested in video games / animation / advertisement media. He makes many preproduction rawing and matte paintings. He is also working in different artschools and in his own studio.

Eric Hérenguel

Eric Hérenguel is a self-taught French illustrator. He began his career by drawing short stories of J-P Croquet in the “Tintin” magazine. He worked for all major French publishing houses such as Glénat, Vents d’Ouest, Delcourt and Soleil. His latest works are Kiliwatch and Kong Crew published by Caurette Editions.

Even Mehl Admunsen

Viktor Kalvachev was born in Bulgaria in 1972 and moved to the US in his 20s to begin a career in the entertainment industry. He has worked for movies such as Spiderman or The Incredibles. His career has allowed him to work everywhere in the world, including on the sets of Disney, Pixar, or Steven Spielberg.

In the catalog:

Inspire (2018)

Even Mehl Admunsen

KIM Jung Gi is a Korean artist born in 1975 in Goyang-Si, Kyongki, South-Korea. He is 19 years old when he enters the School of Fine Arts. After a Master’s Degree in Art and Design, he spent 3 years at the university of  Dong-Eui in Busan, reknown for its technical courses. Between 2008 and 2010, he drew the 6 volumes of TLT, Tiger the Long Tail, which was written by Seung-Jin PARK. This story first existed as a ‘webtoon’ – an online comic, which explains the unusual composition of the pages. TLT was later published in printed form by CNC Revolution. KIM Jung Gi also illustrated 2 novels written by the French author Bernard WERBER : “Paradise” (in 2010) and “Third Humanity” (2013). Since 2007, he publishes Sketchbooks on a regular basis. Nowadays, when he isn’t managing AniChanga, which is his drawing school in Seoul, or working for Korean advertising companies, he travels around the world to meet his fans and find inspiration!

Karl Kopinski

Born and raised in Nottingham, Karl Kopinski has been working in the illustration industry since 1997. Largely self taught, using both traditional and digital media, he has worked with a great variety of clients including Peter Jackson, Sir Paul Smith, Hasbro, Ubisoft, Aboud Creative, Sixmorevodka, Wizards of the Coast and Games Workshop to name but a few.Keen portraitist, he has undertaken commisssions for numerous clients, including a portrait of Sir Paul Smith which was featured in his recent book “Hello my name is Paul Smith”.

Peter Madsen

APeter Madsen is a drawing artist and illustrator, an author, a filmmaker and a lecturer. He had his first strips published at the age of fifteen, then chose to study medicine. During the years 1980-84 this was his main occupation until he gave up his studies to be able to concentrate on directing the animated feature film Valhalla. He is probably best known for the series of comic albums called Valhalla (1979 – 2009), humourous comics about the gods of Norse mythology.He also published graphic novels (The Son of Man, The Story of Job) and works for a younger public (Signe’s Christmas, The Journey to Jerusalem, The Fairy Tale Book…).

Vincent Mallié

Vincent MALLIÉ

Vincent Mallié is a French comic artist known for Hong Kong Triad, L’Arche, Les Aquanautes, Avant la Quête et Le Grand Mort (the 8th volume was published in 2019).

Jean-Claude Mézières is the father (with Pierre Christin) of Valerian and Laureline. In 1984, he receives the Grand Prix of Angoulême International Comics Festival. In 1987, he co-directed Lady Polaris with Pierre Christin. Some years later, Jean-Luc asks him to work on The Fifth Element with him (remember the yellow taxis?). Jean-Claude Mézières is a pioneer and a great man of strong vision and imagination, it is an honor to be working with him!

In the catalog:

Brooklyn Station Terminus Cosmos – Artist’s Edition (2019 – à paraître)

Châtelet Station, Direction Cassiopeia – Artist’s Edition (2017)

-Birds of the Master – Artist’s Edition (2016)

Dan PIRARO

Dan Piraro lives from Missouri. Published daily in many American newspapers, his drawings are also a great success on the Internet. He won repeatedly the Reuben Award Cartoonist Award, as well as a multitude of other prestigious awards. Come discover his wacky and offbeat universe!