Alice Csodaorsz·gban by Gabriella Baracsi
Alice Csodaországban

Gabriella Baracsi is a Hungarian graphic artist and comic book illustrator, born on 25 January in Nyírbátor. She attended the graphics department of the High School of Nyíregyháza. Qualified as cartoon animator at Amirast Cartoon Studio. Baracsi contributed to the cartoons 'Angelina balerina' and 'Laura's star'.

In 2000, she got acquainted with comic book scriptwriter Ferenc Kiss, who liked her drawings. Their first cooperation was the comic book adaptation of Andersen's 'Little match girl'. Her first comics were two- and four-pages long.

The Secret Garden by Gabriella Baracsi
The Secret Garden

These were followed by more serious comic book adaptations of greater length literary works published on the pages of the crossword magazine Füles. These include Mark Twain's 'Ádám és Éva naplója' ('The private life of Adam and Eve', 2005), Lewis Carroll's 'Alice Csodaországban' ('Alice in Wonderland', 2008), Miguel de Cervantes' 'Az elmés nemes Don Quijote de la Mancha' (2009) and Dickens' 'Karácsonyi ének' ('A Christmas Carol', 2010).

Aesopus - Egerek by Gabriella Baracsi
Aesopus - Egerek

Both adults and children soon became fond of her airy and graceful figures. She illustrated books for Ex-Libris Stúdió and Pedellus Kiadó, and worked as commercial illustrator at Unilever. She also deals with logo design, as well as painting pictures and portraits. Numerous nursery rhyme and fairy tale illustrations of her have appeared in Dörmögö Dömötör magazine.

Gabriella Baracsi

Biography provided by Ferenc Kiss & Szabolcs Kiss.
Last updated: 2013-02-22

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