CARTOONIST, ILLUSTRATOR, DESIGNER
When Claire Wendling won the prize ‘Alph'Art future’ at the Festival of Angoulême, she then joined Editions Delcourt participating in two anthologies, The Children of the Nile and Entrechats. In 1990, Claire Wendling began her first graphic novel series, Lights of Amalou, written by Christopher Gibelin. In 1997 she was hired by Warner Brothers and emigrated to Los Angeles to participate in various projects. Frustrated by the creative constraints of the studio , she returned eight months later to France to continue her career in graphic novels, game design and illustration. Her work is the subject of the rare and sought after art books Desk, Iguana Bay, Drawers, and most recently Daisies.
[Source: Character and Creature Design Notes]
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