Aniss El Hamouri

Aniss El Hamouri was born in Morocco in 1989 and now lives in Belgium, where he studied comics at ESA Saint-Luc Liège and at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Liège.
In 2017, he co-founded a micro-publishing house called Brumeville, with Thomas Vermeire and Docteur Lunet.
In 2018 he won the Prix révélation ADAGP/Quai des bulles for his first graphic novel, Comme un frisson, published in France by Vide Cocagne and in Italy by 001 Edizioni. 

Ted, drôle de coco

with Émilie Gleason

with Aniss El Hamouri

Winner of the Prix Révelation 2019 at the Angoulême Festival, Ted, drôle de coco by Émilie Gleason is a journey in the daily life of Ted, a boy who is autistic. With her hyperdinamic drawing style and her clever use of comedy, Gleason  depicts the limits of a society not ready to understand other perspectives and experiences.

Duration: 30m

supported by Nuovi Mecenati – Fondazione franco-italiana di sostegno alla creazione contemporanea, Canicola