Enric Torres-Prat is a comic book artist, who is best-known for his covers for horror and science fiction comics, and especially Vampirella, during the 1970s and 1980s. He began his career at the offices of Josep Toutain's Selecciones Ilustradas agency, and showed a talent for painting and photography. He was soon hired as a cover artist for such publications as Acción Extra and the early superhero comic books of Ediciones Vértice. Using the signature Enrich, he also appeared in science fiction magazines like Nueva Dimensión and the horror comic Buru Lan Drácula. He is most likely the same Enrich whose art appeared in the interior pages of a couple of issues of Hazañas Bélicas Extra and the Hazañas Belicas blue series.
He eventually focused on the US market, when he became a regular cover artist for James Warren's horror magazines Creepy, Eerie and especially Vampirella, for which he painted 52 covers. In Spain, his work kept appearing in titles like Delta, Hunter, Bumerang, 1984 and other publications by Selecciones Ilustradas. He has made covers for paperback science fiction, horror, western and romance novels for Eureopan publishers before forusing more and more on fine arts.