Søren Glosimodt Mosdal was a member of the Fort Knox studio, and studied art in Copenhagen. He has contributed to Fahrenheit magazine since 1994, and was a contributor of comics to the literary magazine Zoe. In 1997, he began a longtime collaboration with this magazine's editor, Jacob Ørsted, who became his scriptwriter.
In 1998 they made their debut at the small Danish publishing house Debaser with the story 'Hundegott'. Two years later, 'Feuerwerk' was published by the French publisher Amok. Since then, they have also made comics for German publisher Moga Mobo and in the Slovenian comic anthology Stripburger, among other publications. A collection of Mosdal's solo-comics, called 'Gash', was published in Denmark in 1999, and then in the English language in 2001. In February 2005, their strip 'Kanal Zoo' started its run in the monthly lifestyle magazine Euroman.
Since the early 2000s, Mosdal has been making a lot of music-related work. He parodied Danish rock groups in the series 'Rock World', and has made illustrations for magazines like Berlingske Tidende, Borsen, Kristeligt Dagblad and KBH Magasinet Gyldendal. He participated in a comics biography of Elvis, and published 'Lost Highway', a comic about the life of country star Hank Williams, in 2010. For the French market, he cooperated with the scriptwriters Rudy Ortiz and Pierre Colin-Thibert on 'Madeleine, une femme libre' at Sarbacane in 2014, and he released his solo comic 'Erik le Rouge' through Casterman in that same year.
Erik le Rouge