comic art by Hallain Paluku

Hallain Paluku was born in Kinshasa, Congo in 1977. He studied graphic arts at the Academy of Kinshasa. His work has appeared in several publications, such as Mamiwata, Grben, Africanissimo, L'Avenir, La Bourse and Le Lien. He has contributed to 'A L'Ombre du Baobab', a collection of comics by African artists about education and health in Africa, for which he created the story 'Rêve Brisé'.

Rêve Brisé, by Hallain Paluku

Rêve Brisé, by Hallain Paluku

Strips by Hallain Paluku
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