Vincent Bailly studied at the School for Decorative Arts of Strasbourgh from 1985. He began his professional career illustrating for publishing houses like Nathan, Coprur and Le Crédit Mutuel. His first comic album was the first episode of the 'Coeur de Sang' series, that appeared at Delcourt. He took on a collaboration with Edifa Jeunesse publishers in 1997, for which he did the monthly comic 'Qu'as-tu vu, Lulu?' in the juvenile Maxilien magazine. He also worked for Terres Lointaines magazine. He started the 'Angus Powderhill' series along with writer Luc Brunschwig in 2001.
Artwork © 2014 Vincent Bailly
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