Terkel Risbjerg is a Danish illustrator, animator and comic artist, who lives and works in France. He was born in Copenhague, where studied Philosophy and Cinema at the University. He released the graphic novels 'Lillesoester' ('Little Sister') and 'Toget' ('The Train') through the Danish publisher Fahrenheit in 2001 and 2002. He then did a series of comics strips based on the animated cartoon series 'Flatmania', which were published by Futurikon/Hachette in France. Then followed the graphic novel 'Midsommerfesten' ('The Midsummernight's Party') at Politisk Revy in Denmark in 2005. That same year, the French publisher Treize Etrange published his album 'Embouteillage'.
He has worked with the writer Anne-Caroline Pandolfo on the graphic novels 'Mine, une vie de chat' (2012) and 'Le Roi des Scarabées' (2014), an adaptation of the Albertine Sarrazin novel 'L'Astragale' (2013) and the biographical comics documentary 'La Lionne' (2015), all published by Sarbacane. He works as a storyboard artist, animator and designer in Strasbourg.