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La Frontière Invisible by François Schuiten - Original Cover

La Frontière Invisible

Original Cover
50 x 100 cm (19.69 x 39.37 in.)
La version italienne


Dessin utilisé pour la jaquette de l'intégrale. L'encrage a été repris par l'artiste.


  • La frontière invisible - intégrale
  • Casterman
  • 04/2012
  • Front cover

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About François Schuiten

François Schuiten (born 26 April 1956) is a Belgian comic book artist. He is best known for drawing the series Les Cités Obscures.rançois Schuiten was born in Brussels, Belgium in 1956. His father, Robert Schuiten, and his mother, Marie-Madeleine De Maeyer, were both architects. During his studies at the Saint-Luc Institute in Brussels (1975–1977), he met Claude Renard, who led the comics department at the school. Together they created several books. Schuiten's brother Luc also worked with him several times as a writer for the series Terres Creuses. Schuiten published his first comic on 3 May 1973, consisting of 5 black and white pages in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Pilote; four years later he was published in the more experimental magazine Métal Hurlant.