Jordi Lafebre is a Spanish illustrator and comic book artist active in the Franco-Belgian market. Lafebre was born in Barcelona. After studying drawing at the University of Barcelona and comics at the Joso School in Barcelona, he started working in 2001 as an illustrator for advertisements and various magazines in Spain (including Nobanda, Penthouse Comix and Wet Comix). In the children's magazine Mister K, he published El mundo de Judy on a script by Toni Font. His meeting with the Belgian scriptwriter Zidrou, who lives in Spain, will be decisive: with him, Jordi Lafebre drew some short stories published in Le Journal de Spirou, which would be included in two collective albums La vieille dame qui n'avait jamais joué au tennis et autres nouvelles qui font du bien (The old lady who never played tennis and other good news) and Joyeuses nouvelles pour petits adultes et grands enfants (Happy news for small adults and big children), then launch into one-shots with Lydie and La Mondaine, before starting the series Les Beaux étés (Glorious Summers). In parallel to his career as an author, Jordi Lafebre is a teacher at the Joso School in Barcelona.