Nikola Witko was raised in the 1970s in Maubeuge, and later he studied Fine Arts in Belgium. After publishing in several fanzines, Witko moved to Brussels, where he founded the collective Hécabomes. More recently, he contributed to several periodicals (Jade, Lapin, Psikopat), specializing in ironic and sadistic fables in black and white. In 2000, he created the first comic adaptation of 'Le Poulpe', created in 1996 by writer Jean Bernard Pouy. Other comics by Nikola Witko include 'Freeze Punks' and 'Muerto Kid'. He has also contributed to magazine Ferraille Illustré.