Jean-Jacques Loup is a popular French cartoonist, who is best known for his many illustrations for jigsaw puzzles. He is an architect and jazz pianist, and has been working in Paris as a cartoonist since 1969. During the 1970s and early 1980s, he was present in magazines like Mormoil, Fluide Glacial and Charlie Mensuel. Albums with his work have been published by Audie ('Touti Frouti', 1977), Dargaud ('La Bible de...', 1984) and Glénat ('La Vie des Maitres' parts 1 and 2, 1983-85).
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