Born in 1955 in Tunis (Tunisia). Graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris.
He lives and works in Paris. His studio works mainly for public institutions: theatres, operas, museums, festivals, dance companies, orchestras... and for publishers in France and abroad.
Has participated as a poster artist in international biennales in Warsaw, Toyama, Lahti, Helsinki, Brno, Fort-Collins, Mexico, Chaumont, Rzeszow,Sofia, Ogaki, Zagreb, Moscow, Hangzhou, Taipei, Chicago and the Art Directors Club, New York.
Invited as a jury member in international poster biennales in Mexico, Warsaw, Shenzhen, Brno, Chaumont, Hangzhou, Taipei, Chicago, Toyama, Bogota and workshops / masterclasses / lectures in France, Italy, Sweden, Israel, China, Taiwan, Cambodia, Mexico, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, Canada, Venezuela, Tunisia and Australia.
Has held more than 70 one-person exhibitions in France, Netherlands, Germany, Rumania, Yugoslavia, Poland, Austria, Portugal, Mexico, USSR, Uruguay, Chile, Finland, India, Philippines, Peru, Cuba, Greece, South Africa, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Argentina, Hungary, Albania, Spain, Japan, Denmark, Turkey, Paraguay, China, Malte, Bolivia, Cambodia and Ecuador.
Major awards include: The Grand Prize for a Cultural Poster, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. First Prize International Poster Biennale, Fort-Collins, Colorado, USA. First Prize International Biennale of Theatre Posters, Rzeszow, Poland. Silver Medal International Poster Triennal in Toyama, Japan. The Jan Lenica Prize, International Poster Biennale, Warsaw, Poland. The Alphonse Mucha Prize and Bronze Medal at Brno Biennale. Honourable Mentions in Warsaw, Lahti, Fort-Collins, Moscow and Zagreb.
His work has been published in "Affiche" (Netherlands), "Etapes" (France), "Graphis" (Switzerland), "Graphis Poster" (Switzerland), "Idea" (Japan), "International Advertising Magazine" (China), "Linea Grafica" (Italy), "Matiz" (Mexico), "Novum" (Germany), "Rockport /Time Magazine" (USA), "Who's who in graphic art" (Switzerland), "Zoo" (Great Britain), « Exit » (Spain) ...
He has been curator of the exhibitions "Graphic designers around the world" 2000, "East Coast/West Coast, graphic designers in United States" 2002, "Swinging London, graphic design and music today" 2004, "9 women in graphic design" 2006, “We love books! A world tour” 2008 , "The american dream/Live in Tokyo/Destination Russie" 2010, held in Le Mois du Graphisme d'Echirolles, France (2 books published by Les Editions Textuel, Paris), « Le Livre de Poche a 50 ans » at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2003 and ‘Peuples » at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris, 2006.
Professor at the ESAG/Penninghen , École Supérieure des Arts Graphiques, Paris.
He is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) since 1997.