Papoose by Franck Chantelouve

Self-taught artist Franck Chantelouve has worked as an illustrator for the publishing house L'Erika in 2000. He then worked with Gilbert Bouchard on a comic about the history of Nord-Isère. He worked for the daily paper Le Progrès before drawing 'Papoose' for Jean-Yves Mitton from 2002 to 2006. In 2007 he participated in the local anthology 'L'Esclavage vu par les jeunes' for the city of Lyon.

Last updated: 2011-02-11

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