Stanislas Barthélémy was born in Rennes in 1961. In 1978, he joined the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts. He emerges seven years later with a degree in interior architecture he soon abandoned to devote himself to his true passion, the comic. He spends all his working life for 25 years. It achieves a score of comic books, thousands of illustrations in the press and general youth in children's publishing and education, as well as in communication. He also co-created, with five friends, the famous publisher of comics Association. His work is dictated by the desire to be as efficient as possible with minimum means. Its design is simple, then, and rid of any unnecessary frills. His influences are many, of course with Hergé, but Simenon the writer, or architect Le Corbusier. He is now in the middle of his career and lives in Montreuil with his wife and two children.
Here in this section his albums and silkscreen prints.