Michel Gaudelette, son of André Gaudelette (alias Joy, author of 'P'tit Joc'), received an art education in Paris. In the eighties, Gaudelette worked as a commercial artist in advertising. In 1990, he published his first comics in Fluide Glacial, a magazine to which he became one of the most frequent contributors. For this magazine, he created the series 'Radada', 'Sri-Raoul le Petit Yogi' and 'Onc'Donald'. This last series was in collaboration with scenarist Manu Larcenet. Gaudelette also made 'Pedro le Coati' in Spirou, again with Larcenet.