Seif Eddine Nechi

Born in Tunis in June 1974, Seif Eddine Nechi is an illustrator and comic artist.

He has a Masters degree in Psychology and worked for years in advertising as an art director.

He launched a satirical blog in 2009 that was censored in 2010. He is also co-founder of the comics magazine lab 619, co-founded with Aymen Mbarek of the blog BD

In 2016 he made comics for correspondents (comic journalism) and was awarded “the Best Electronic comic” at Cairocomix2. He was also a finalist at the Mahmoud Kahil Award the same year for the comic "Tawahoch".

In 2017, he won the prize for “the best Digital graphic novel” in Cairocomix3 for "bombyx Mori" in collaboration with Aymen Mbarek and won the best graphic novel in the Mahmoud Kahil Award.

In 2018 he participated in the exhibition "new generation of Arab comics artists" at Angoulême, in France.

The same year, he founded Soubia as a publisher specialising in comics and illustrated content.

He held the position of Art Director at the “Salon International de la Bande Dessinée de Tazarka” in both 2018 and 2019.

In 2020 Soubia co-published a comic book about fear and folklore in both Tunisia and Egypt (a project done with Mazg and funded by Al Mawred thaqafi). He also worked on “de plomb et de sang”, a graphic novel and an application about terrorism in Bologna 1977/Italy in 2020.

In 2022 the graphic novel “une révolte Tunisienne, la légende de Chbayah” was published in both French and Arabic (Ed. Alifbata & Soubia).

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