Later on her works also appeared in “van Spijk”, “Stripburger”, “Naturegraffix”, Popper and other various books and magazines. In 2012 she won “Stripgrafiek” prijs in the Netherlands (Graphic comic prize).
In 2011, her work won her a first prize at the Fumetto international comix festival competition in Lucerne, Switzerland. Her comics appears in publications such as La Trama (IT) and Slang (NL).
She has contributed to various zines in Belgium, Italy and the UK. She is regularly involved with SKETCH, a monthly drawing event, and travels across Europe to comics festivals to promote young Belgian artists.
Kathrin Klingner (b.1979, Germany) left her home country to study Fine Arts in Amsterdam, returned after 8 happy years and now lives with two cats and her roommate in Hamburg, where she draws semi-autobiographic stories, works as a waitress and is involved in the organization of the Hamburg Comicfestival.
Max Baitinger grew up in Bavaria. He went to carpentry school and then
moved to Leipzig to study illustration. After that he published a book called
Heimdall at Rotopolpress.
Hugleikur Dagsson (b. 1977) is a playwright and Iceland’s most infamous comic artist. His satirical comic strip Should You Be Laughing At This? is dark humour at its darkest and funniest, and has been published in several countries, most notably for the English-speaking audience by Penguin Books.
Verna Kuutti (b.1985, Finland) lives and works in Helsinki. By daytime she pretends to be a journalist but when the sun goes down she becomes a wrestler. Sometimes she does comics too.
Maria Dziarmaga (b.1989, Poland) studies in the Graphic Arts Faculty of the Strzeminski Academy of Arts. Dziarmaga expresses herself using different mediums from drawing to graphics, painting and digital arts. She wants to gain skills through new experiences and is currently doing an exchange in the Vilnius Academy of Arts.