Loïc Sécheresse is a French artist from Orleans. He has worked extensively in the advertising field, for clients like National Citer, Quick, Crédit Mutel, Kadeos and Toys'R'Us. He is a regular contributor to the magazines Psychologies, Challenges, Stratégies and Okapi. He is affiliated with the Tiphaine-Illustration agency. With the scriptwriter Stéphane Melchior-Durand, he has published the comics 'Tozoïd et Vula' (Le Cycliste, 2008), two books of 'Raiju' (Gallimard, 2008-2009) and 'Hécate et Belzébuth' (Manolosanctis, 2011).
Tu m'écoutes? (Okapi #863, 2009)
He is the author of the historical fiction comic 'Heavy Metal' for Gallimard in 2013 and the post-apocalyptic "road movie" 'Love & Kick boxing' (Warum, 2014). Jungle! published the first book of his gag strip 'Mort de LOL' in 2015. Sécheresse has furthermore participated in several anthologies and collective projects.