comic art by Kristof Spaey
Story for Pulp Deluxe

Kristof Spaey was born and raised in Leuven, and studied Animation and Comics at the Sint-Lukas School of Arts in Brussels. He debuted in 2004 with 'Hoop' (BeeDee), a worldless comic about an insecure striptease dancer and her unanswered love for a charming portrait artist, made in cooperation with the German scriptwriter David Safier. His next book was 'Façade', a collection of two short stories published by Oogachtend two years later. He has contributed short stories to 'BruXXXel Noord', a publication of the Sint-Lukas comics section in Brussels, 'Pulp De Luxe Offline' (BeeDee) and 'Bloeddorst' (BeeDee).

Facade, by Kristof Spaey

Spaey has been a guest cover artist for Stan Sakai's 'Usagi Yojimbo' (Enigma) and Mark Waid and Minck Oosterveer's 'The Unknown' (Boom! Studios). He teamed up with Marc Legendre for the trilogy 'Misschien Nooit Ooit', a psychological thriller in which every book tells the story from from another character's perspective. The first two installments were published as one book by Oogachtend in 2009, and the complete trilogy was published in three books by Stripgilde in 2011.

In 2007 he, Mario Boon and others won the Clickburg Webcomic Award, or "Clickie" in the category 'Group Clickie', for 'PulpDeLuxe'. The same year Spaey and Steven Dupré won the Grote Prijs voor de Kortstrip (later the Plastieken Plunk) (2007) for Best Short Comics Story. 

Hoop, by Kristof Spaey

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