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  • Gabriella Giandelli

    Gabriella Giandelli was born in Milan in 1963 and published her first comic at 21 years old. She is a graduate of the Film School of Milan. Her children’s comic serial “Milo” has been adapted by French and Italian television. Her graphic novel “Interiorae” received widespread acclaim in Europe and has recently been published in […]

  • Atak

    Hans-Georg Barber, who uses the pseudonym Atak, studied visual communication at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. In 1989 he co-founded the avantgarde comics group and magazine Renate, and in 1992 his first graphic novel, Atak – The Flowers of Romance, was published. Besides illustration, he has ventured into animation. Along with his brother, he created the music […]

  • Mathieu Sapin

    Mathieu Sapin was born in Dijon, France, in 1974. He studied in l’Ecole supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg before becoming a renowned illustrator for children’s magazines and publishers in France. He’s also the author of a comic for adults called Supermurgeman. His latest work is called Campagne Présidentielle and follows the presidential campaign of French […]

  • Viviane Schwarz

    Viviane Schwarz was born in Germany and as a child she loved books so much she mostly ate them. Once she realized there were people out there making them, she decided to make her own, to taste. She studied Illustration MA in Falmouth, Cornwall in the UK and shortly after moved to London, where she […]

  • Bjorn Rune Lie

    Bjorn is not only one of our favourite illustrators but also one of our favourite people to work with – with an imagination that knows no bounds and the attitude of a saint, Bjorn is any publisher’s dream. Amidst a flurry of commissions for a variety of high profile international publications and brands he took […]

  • Luke Pearson

    From the moment we saw Luke‘s work as a submission in our famously delayed project PINM we knew he would make an indelible mark on the UK illustration and comics scene. In the year or so since then, to say that he has been prolific would be an understatement, producing his very first published comic, the […]

  • McBess

    When we met back in 2008, McBess and I instantly became friends, his idiosyncratic, filthy sense of humour and his skills as a master craftsman of the almighty pen (and Wacom) as well his passion for creating made him an instant Nobrow success story. Releasing first, to much acclaim from his ridiculously large number of […]

  • Matthew the Horse

    Matthew the Horse seems an odd moniker for a rather large man from Leeds, and to be honest, I still don’t really understand his particular affinity with members of the equine species, but having met him I can say that he is a rather high calibre human. Having worked with Matt on DOOOM 3.0, I […]

  • Mikkel Sommer

    We found Mikkel on the Spera website, a veritable treasure trove of comic book talent, and was swiftly blown over by his artwork and uncanny ability to convey grand, cinematic atmospheres in his drawings. After many months of long phone conversations and countless emails, Obsolete graced the shelves of comic book shops the world over. […]