A cartoonist’s cartoonist, Henrik Rehr has worked on a wide variety of projects since his career began in Denmark in the mid 1980’s. Capable of myriad stylistic approaches, Henrik was the artist on the venerable “Ferdn’and” comicstrip for 18 years, as well as drawing “Beetle Bailey” and gang for the popular Scandinavian magazine of the same name. More recently, he has worked on graphic novels such as “David Crook”, “Gavrillo Princip” and “Leon & Sofia Tolstoy” in a rich illustrative style for the French and European markets. He talks with Geoff about his career, comicstrips, Beetle and Ferd’nand and the world of European comics.
Nicolas de Crecy:
Bastien Vives: (with Jerome Mulot & Florrent Ruppert)
Jerome Mulot & Florrent Ruppert: