Jordi Lafebre studied comic art at the Joso school in his birth city Barcelona, and also attended the Fine Arts faculty of the University of Barcelona. He has been working as a comic artist and illustrator since 2001. He has contributed to a variety of Spanish magazines, such as Mister K, for which he drew the comic 'El Mundo de Judy' from scripts by Toni Font.
Lafebre is also active for the French market. He has worked with scriptwriter Zidrou on some comic stories for Spirou magazine, the collective album 'La vieille dame qui n'avait jamais joué au tennis et autres nouvelles qui font du bien', before creating the graphic novels 'Lydie' (Dargaud, 2010) and 'La Mondaine' (Dargaud, 2014). In addition to his activities as a comic artist, Jordi Lafebre is also an art teacher.