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  • Corinne Maier

    Corinne Maier is a noted psychoanalyst and author of over 15 titles. Hello Laziness and No Kids have both been translated into English to critical acclaim. Hailed as a counter-culture heroine by the New York Times, she proudly acknowledges not being a member of any club, scientific society or political party. Since 2011, Maier has […]

  • Anne Simon

    Anne Simon is a French artist and illustrator who began her illustrious career by studying at the Beaux-Arts in Angoulême and then in the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. In 2004, she received the “New Talent” prize at the Angoulême festival. Her first comic book Persephone in the Underworld was published in 2006. […]

  • Raymond Lemstra

    Raymond Lemstra was born in Groningen in the north of the Netherlands where he also attended art school. He later moved to Amsterdam and still lives there today. Lemstra has exhibited his art across the world and been commissioned on projects by international companies such as Merceds-Benz, illustrated for Arnon Grunberg’s short story and contributed to two Nobrow […]

  • Magali Bardos

    Magali Bardos is a French author and illustrator. Bardos obtained a diploma from L’Ecole Supérieure Saint-Luc-Bruxelles after which she shared her time between theatre and illustration, both of which she is passionate about. She worked as an assistant stage designer, made puppets and drew for children’s books before working with publishers, magazines and illustration workshops. She has […]

  • William Grill

    First time author and recent graduate from the University of Falmouth, William Grill is a fresh-faced new talent. With a slew of prizes and exhibitions under his belt, Grill’s vibrant colours and cheerful illustration truly bring his work alive. On the official release of his new book Shackleton’s Journey,  we caught up with Will to […]

  • Jérémie Fischer

    Jérémie Fischer is an illustrator and a professional screen-printing technician. He developed his love for screen-printing through his studies at l’École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. He is a great advocate of traditional printing methods, celebrating the beauty and craft of hand-made books through his own projects with print. He published his first three […]

  • John Martz

    John Martz is a cartoonist and illustrator in Toronto, Canada. He is the creator of the wordless online comic strip Machine Gum, and the illustrator of several picture books including an adaptation of Abbott & Costello’s Who’s On First? In addition to his contribution to Nobrow 6, his comics and illustrations have appeared in The Globe […]

  • Irkus M. Zeberio

    Irkus M. Zeberio was born in Donostia, Spain in 1982. He went to Barcelona young, bourgeois and ingenuous. Studied at the prestigious Massana School of Arts. He became a drawing master and comic artist. Now, completely denatured in Barcelona at the age of 31, he followed the path of Jean Baptiste Baigorri and produced the […]

  • Katja Spitzer

    Katja Spitzer was born in a small town in Sachsen-Anhalt. She studied a lot: First she studied art history and historical studies. After graduating she went on to study illustration  at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig under the guidance of Volker Pfüller and Thomas Matthaeus Müller. One semester was completed at the HGK […]