comic art by Line Arsenault

Born in Matane, Line Arsenault lives in Quebec since 1983. A self-taught artist, she began publishing her humorous texts in the local Matane magazine La Voix Gaspésienne. She began her career writing stories and poems, and at the same time, she started doing water paintings with small firemen. She began her comic strips 'La Vie Qu'on Mène' in Le Soleil in 1985. Since 1989, her strips have appeared on t-shirts. She also began her series 'Les Mecs', which became quite popular in Quebec. In the 1990s, she also published in L'Actualité and Le Devoir. Albums of 'La Vie Qu'on Mène' have appeared since 1995 at Éditions Mille-Îles.

comic art by Line Arsenaultcomic art by Line Arsenault

Last updated: 2011-01-07

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