The satirical cartoonist named “Plantu” made famous for his designs in the daily newspaper Le Monde or L’Express, has secured an agreement with the company STORY BOARD ANIMATION, the company will work on adaptation of his drawings in an animated TV series.
This is a first in the history of animation, “a satirical cartoon” in France.
Plantu concludes his medical studies to travel to Brussels where he attended drawing school in Saint-Luc, driven by designers closer to Hergé. Le Monde published his first drawing on the Vietnam War in 1972. Therefore, he joined the newspaper cartoons and made the ‘A’ from 1985. Crisp political news for the first day of France, his name is always associated. Her drawing and analysis as thin as blistering have won the Mumm prize in 1988, the black humor in 1989 and the price of UN caricature of the Year in 2007
In 1988, Plantu has designed a stamp printed in 8.5 million copies, published and sold by the French post office.
You can see the video here :
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