Flix   Carlsen Verlag by Mari Boman
Art and story

Flix, born in 1976, lives and works as a freelance illustrator and comic book artist in Berlin. He studied communication design and debuted with his graduation work "Held" (Hero) at Carlsen. Further comic books containing autobiographical elements followed. His newspaper series "Da war mal was" (There Was Something) and "Schne Tchter" (Plenty More Fish in the Sea) for "Tagesspiegel," and "Faust" and "Don Quijote" for the "Frankfurter allgemeine Zeitung" are available in collected editions, as is the childrens comic strip series "Ferdinand" produced in collaboration with Ralph Ruthe for "Spiegel" magazines childrens supplement "Dein Spiegel." Flix currently produces the weekly newspaper comic strip "Glckskind" (Lucky Fellow) which appears in the Monday issue of the "F.A.Z." Flixs works have received numerous awards, including the Max and Moritz Prize and the PENG! Prize, and have been translated into nine languages. Flix is the first German artist to produce an album for the long-standing series "Spirou," with "Spirou in Berlin" (Carlsen; Europe Comics in English).

His series : Spirou in Berlin