Ian Ibæk Møller joined the artist studio Fort Kox in 1995, where he drew some comics, which went on display at the Main Library of Copenhagen among other places. In 1997, he made his album debut with 'Ulveklingen' and followed up with part 2 the year after. Since then, he has made 'Vølvens Spådom' (1999), 'Beauty of Darkness' (2000), 'Signe & Hagbard' (2001) as well as an internet comics project called 'Grip' in collaboration with the newspaper Dagbladet Information. In 2003 he started researching his next comic project 'Ivanhoe' and in 2004 he was the conceptual artist for the computer game 'Nazareth'.
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