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About Brecht Evens

(in the words of Drawn&Quarterly)

‘Belgian cartoonist Brecht Evens was born in 1986 and studied illustration in Ghent, Belgium. Important mentors were his illustration teacher Goele Dewanckel and cartoonist/comedy coach/zen master Randall Casaer. His debut comic book, A Delivery from Outer Space, was released in 2005. The slightly melodramatic Vincent was released in 2006, followed in 2007 by a little nocturnal fantasy called Night AnimalsThe Wrong Place (2009), started out as a graduation project and was a departure from the more typical comic art of his earlier books. It won the Haarlem Comic Festival's Willy Vandersteen Award for best Dutch-language graphic novel, and an award at the Angouleme International Comics Festival. He followed The Wrong Place up with The Making Of (2011) and the many-year-end-best-of-list appearing Panther (2016). Brecht lives in Paris in a charming and oh so Parisian garret apartment.’

Since then he’s published the dutch and french version of The City of Belgium (2018)

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