Addidas is a bright and quirky young girl who spends most of her time helping her widowed father in his job as a chimney sweep. When Addidas ventures too far into a chimney, she encounters a bizarre new friend and in the process destabilizes a long-established system.
From prolific independent European creators Wazem and Peeters comes a touching and existential story that balances its fantastical elements with poignant and realistic themes.
About the Author
Pierre Wazem is a prolific and critically acclaimed writer. He is most well-known for "Koma" and his adaptation of Hugo Pratt’s “Scorpions of the Desert” for which he won the International Prize of the City of Geneva and Best European book of the Year at the Festival of Comics in Rome.
Frederik Peeters is a contemporary Swiss graphic novelist. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in visual communication from the École Supérieure d’Arts Appliqués in Geneva in 1995. Peeters has created numerous award-winning graphic novels including “Blue Pills,” “Pachyderme,” and the “Aama” sci-fi series. He currently lives with his partner Cati, her son, and their daughter in Geneva.