Floor de Goede, who signs his work as Flo, is a comic artist from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Influenced by Disney, he started drawing comics at an early age. He joined comics studio De Zwarte Handel, that was founded by Maaike Hartjes, in 1998 and soon published his first small press comic, 'Vrouwelijk Schoon Niet Inbegrepen', which was followed by 'Flo' in 2000, by 'Damian' in 2002 and by 'Deathboy' in 2005.
He completed his education in Multimedia Design in 2002 and together with his fellow student Tommy A, he began the online Cutie e-zine. Also in 2002, he went on to create autobiographical comics for the gay magazine Expreszo, which he died until 2008. He contributed stories to MYX magazine and Zone 5300. Selections of Flo's dailies are collected in a series of books by publisher Bries from 2004 (a.o. 'De Dagelijkse Beslommeringen', 'De Dagelijkse Heldendaden', 'De Dagelijkse Ergernissen', etc.). The first installment earned him the VPRO Debut Prize in 2005.
Between March 2006 and January 2007 he participated in 'ECHT', a collaborative comic strip innitiated by Margreet de Heer that was alternated by six autobiographical comic authors for NRC.Next. Flo continued to make illustrations and comic reports for NRC.Next., while also making illustrations for Haarlems Dagblad, Adformatie, Amsterdam Weekly, the Concertgebouw and broadcasting company BNN. He also made the animation for the leader of VPRO TV show 'Villa Achterwerk'.
Between February 2007 and December 2011, he made the weekly comic 'Zusje van...' for girl's magazine Tina. In 2008 he illustrated "comic poems" by Edward van de Vendel, that were collected in the book 'Opa Laat Zijn Tenen Zien' by Querido. A second book with Van den Vendel followed in 2010, called 'Draken met stekkers'. De Bezige Bij published 'Dansen op de vulkaan', his semiautobiographical graphic novel about the several stages of love, in early 2013.