Zombies Picnic by Jean Bourguignon
Zombies Picnic

Originally from the Mons area, Jean Bourguignon studied Fine Arts in Brussels until 1994. He then focused on a career in illustration, with British artists like Tony Ross and Quentin Blake as his rolemodels. He gradually converted to comics and ventured into the world of fanzines. He self-published his fanzine Fondu in the summer of 1995, and released six more issues until 1998. Two compilations of this publication, called 'Fondu enchaîné' and 'Fondu déchaîné', were published by La Cafetière in 2001 and 2003.

Bourguignon's art has appeared in anthologies and magazines like Jade, Kollectiv, Patate Crue, La Phacochère and Stripburger. He has self-published several comic books, like the environmental series 'La Science Infuse', but has also released works through Carabas and 6 Pieds Sous Terre, such as 'Peau de Tambour' (2004), the thirteenth volume in the series 'Le Poulpe' (2004) and 'Zombies Picnic' (2006). He has also made a comic book about the life of blues artist Skip James for Éditions BDMusic in 2016.

Fondu by Jean Bourguignon
From: Fondu


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