Jean-Louis Mourier is a French artist and comic book illustrator. After his father introduced Jean-Louis to drawing and comics, he entered the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts in 1979. After leaving school he worked in printing and advertising. In 1987, he created a few comic pages for a TV movie and then a comic with Claire Bretécher for the Rodin museum.
It was not until his meeting with Christophe Arleston in Marseille that he made his first color comic, Les Feux d’Askell. Then together they created Trolls de Troy series, which was hugely successful for Mourier.
Jean-Louis Mourier received the grand prize of the Quai des Bulles festival in Saint-Malo 2007 and the Albert-Uderzo prize in 2007.
All artwork © Jean-Louis Mourier.