(b. 13/4/1956, Belgium) François Schuiten was born in Brussels in 1956, as the son of two architects. He studied at the Saint-Luc Institute where he met Claude Renard. Together, they created the comics 'Aux Médianes de Cymbiola' and 'Le Rail', as well as three volumes of '9ème Rêve'. François also collaborated with his brother Luc on the series 'Terres Creuses' which was published in the legendary Pilote magazine. His final breakthrough into the mainstream of comics came with his transfer to the more adult Métal Hurlant magazine. In 1980, together with Benoît Peeters, he created the series 'Cités Obscures', in which his love of architecture is magnificently visible.His graphic virtuosity resulted in a request to work on two films: 'Gwendoline' (by Just Jaeckin) and 'Taxandria' (by Raoul Servais). His work has been exhibited on several occasions, also in Lambiek, and has been awarded many times, especially with the prestigious Prix d'Angoulême. A master in several disciplines, François Schuiten still aims to develop himself in new directions, most recently by designing the "Pavillion de l'Utopie" at the Universal Exposition in Hannover in 2002.
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