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Nos héros prennent vie. by Juanjo Guarnido - Illustration

Nos héros prennent vie.

Mixed Media
50 x 30 cm (19.69 x 11.81 in.)
Sous cadre


Nos héros de Bande Dessinée et Comics prennent vie dans cette bannière hommage crée pour 2DG par l'extraordinaire Juanjo Guarnido !
Vous reconnaitrez facilement la plupart des protagonistes ;)

We are very proud to introduce the 2015 website banner created by the amazing Juanjo Guarnido!
From left to right around Blacksad you can spot :

Prince Valiant by Hal Foster
Pogo by Walt Kelly
the Thing by Jack Kirby ("The Fantastic Four")
Tinkerbell by Régis Loisel ("Peter Pan")
Jade by Ana Mirallès ("Djinn")
the Smurfs by Peyo
Nestor Burma by Tardi


Signed : J.Guarnido (bottom right), dated 2015. Mention : "D'après Foster, Kelly, Kirby, Loisel, Mirallès, Peyo et Tardi" (bottom left).


Une procédé de mise en abyme ingénieux pour cette composition inspirée réunissant de nombreux héros de Bande Dessinée & Comics tout droits sortis de leurs univers.
A clever composition featuring several well known characters coming straight from their own comic pages.


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About Juanjo Guarnido

Juanjo Guarnido is a Spanish illustrator and the co-author of the comic book series Blacksad. Guarnido collaborated on several fanzines and produced work for Marvel Comics. Unfortunately, the small size of the Spanish market forced him to turn to other means of earning a living. In 1990, he left Granada and moved to Madrid, where he worked on a TV series for three years. There he met Juan Díaz Canales, with whom he discussed producing comics. In 1993, Guarnido applied for a job with the Walt Disney Studios in Montreuil, France and consequently moved to Paris. He was the lead animator for the character Sabor in the Disney film Tarzan. After Guarnido left Disney, he reconnected with Canales. After contacting several editors, Guarnido and Canales finally signed on with French publisher Dargaud, and in November 2000, Quelque part entre les ombres (Somewhere within the Shadows) was published. It was a success among critics and the public, and won the Prix de la Découverte at the Sierre International Comics Festival and the "Avenir" Prize at the Lys-lez-Lannoy Festival, respectively in Switzerland and France.