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Sokal, Benoît

Benoît Sokal by Francois Schuiten. The drawing is made during a working session on Aquarica in April 2014

Benoît Sokal was born in Brussels in 1954 AD. He studied at the École Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc in Brussels, together with many contemporary Belgian comic artists like François Schuiten. He began drawing for À Suivre in 1978 AD.

He created the Inspector Canardo series, featuring a depressed anthropomorphic duck detective with a penchant for cigarettes, alcohol and femmes fatales, before working on other titles.1)

Later he joined the software developer Microïds and designed the adventure games Amerzone, Syberia and Syberia II. He then founded his own game company, White Birds Productions, where he created the adventure game Paradise published through Ubisoft.2)

Benoît Sokal is currently working with Martin Villeneuve and François Schuiten on the script of Aquarica, an animated fantasy feature film 3).

Le Mage

Serigraphy by Sokal and Schuiten.