Jordi Lafebre was born in Barcelona, where he studied comic book art and fine arts before making his debut as an illustrator in 2001. He's been published in several Spanish magazines, such as Mister K, to which he contributed "El Mundo de Judy" in collaboration with writer Toni Front. When he met Zidrou, things really took off for him. After a few illustrations for the weekly Spirou mag, he contributed to a collective work written by the author of "Ducobu," "La vieille dame qui n'avait jamais joué au tennis et autres nouvelles qui font du bien." In 2010, he and Zidrou collaborated on a very successful album called "Lydie." In 2014, again with Zidrou, he illustrated "La Mondaine" (Europe Comics 2016 "Vice Squad"). He then jumped straight on to his new series "Les Beaux Étés."