Lük Bey, whose real name is Luk De Ryck, is a Flemish comic artist who debuted in 2009 with his adaptation of Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales', published by Bonte. 'Verhalen voor Canterbury' was created with a grant from the Flemish Literature Fund and published by Bonte. He is a member of the Flemish Comics Artists' Guild and has participated in the group's collective book 'Brussel in Beeldekes'. Together with Ivan Claeys, he has made the comic 'De avondtoeristen' for P@per in 2007.
Artwork © 2014 Lük Bey
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