Degreed in visual communication, Geneva-born Frederik Peeters works as a poster artist and advertising and press illustrator. He collaborated to the collective album 'Sauve qui peut' in 1992, but it wasn't until five years later that his first solo books were published by Atrabile publishers: 'Fromage Confiture' and 'Brendon Bellard'. In that same year, he started contributing to several comics magazines, including Le Drozophile, Bile Noire, Lapin and Spirou. He also participated in L'Association's 'Comix 2000' anthology. This publisher also released his 2002 book 'Constellation' in the collection Mimolette.
In 2001, he created the autobiographical album 'Pilules Bleues', which won him the Geneva Töppfer prize. In that same year, he also drew 'les Miettes', a graphic novel written by Ibn Al Rabin and published in screen printing by Drozophile. With Pierre Wazem, he began the series 'Koma', his first work in color, that was published by Les Humanoïdes Associés between 2003 and 2010.
Atrabile additionally published Peeters' own sci-fi series 'Lupus' between 2003 and 2006 as well as his one-shot 'Ruminations' in 2008, while his graphic novel 'Pachyderme' was published by Gallimard in the following year. Gallimard has also published the diptych 'RG', which he made with scriptwriter Pierre Dragon in 2007-2008.