Serge Clerc was born October 12, 1957 in Roanne.
He published his first drawings in 1975 in the newspaper Metal Huralnt, at the age of 18. (There will be one of the stars of the epic of the famous magazine from 1975 to 1988, which he made the 230 boards in frenzied tale in "the Journal "Denoël Graphic in 2008).
Meanwhile, he worked for magazines Rock'n'Folk and the New Musical Express. In 1983 takes place in New York his first exhibition.
From 1978 to 1988, were published a dozen albums, including "The Draughtsman Spy" (1978 Humanoides Associés), "Sam Bronx and the Robots" (1981, Magic Strip), "Memoirs of the Spy" (1982, Humanoides Associés), "the night of Mocambo" (1983 Humanoides Assocoiés) ...
His style, a blend of Ligne Claire and Art Deco influences has become a must in the '80s, during which he designed album covers for Joe Jackson and Carmel.
Since 1989, he made a lot of advertising work, drawings for newspapers and magazines (Liberation Figaroscope, Herald Tribune ...)
His latest books, "The Red Slugs" and "The Irresistible Ascension" with surrealism, absurdist humor and philosophy, were published by Editions Reporter and have been exhibited at the Galerie Médicis in Paris.
In 2008, after years of meticulous preparation, he finally published his most expected: "The Journal" Denoël Graphic.
Posters, serigraphs signed numbered, bookplates are available in this section.