A page of Andréas is a mystery in itself. It fascinates, intrigues, challenges and invokes numerous reading memories, all of which are gateways to his singular universe. Since the late 1970s, Andréas has been building a unique body of work, album after album. Drawing his inspiration from the works of Lovecraft and Poe, as well as Bernie Wrightson and Neil Adams, he quickly drew on these influences to create such memorable series as Rork, Capricorne and Arq, as well as shorter but equally powerful stories such as Cyrrus-Mil, Cromwell Stone and Raffington Event. One constant emerges in all his stories, forming a multi-faceted body of work: meticulous cutting in the service of a complex narrative, and a fascination with architecture. A wind of mystery and adventure constantly blows through each of his original plates, and we can’t help but admire his sense of rhythm and his absolute mastery of inking.