Known by his artist name Ib-K, Ib Kjeldsmark studied at The Danish School Of Design and works in illustration, graphic design, animation and comics. He is part of the artist studio The Legalizer and was a member of the comic group Spunk in Paris, which published the monthly magazine eponymous. In 1999, he debuted on the Danish marked with the album 'King Nothing', published by Fahrenheit. Also for Fahrenheit, he made the album 'Sloth', a road movie comic, published in early 2006. 'Sloth' won an award for its first 15 episodes at the Kemi Comic Festival, Finland 2002.
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