Born in 1962, Max Andersson is a comic artist, animator, and filmmaker. from Karesuando, Sweden. He studied graphic design at RMI-Berghs in Stockholm and film production at New York University. His graphic novel Pixy was published by Fantagraphics Books in 1993, making him one of the first contemporary Swedish cartoonists to be published in the United States.
Other notable works include the series Death & Candy, contributions to the anthology Zero Zero, and the graphic novel Bosnian Flat Dog, done in collaboration with artist Lars Sjunnesson. Andersson and Sjunnesson also produced a feature film, Tito on Ice (2012), documenting their promotional book tour through the former Yugoslavia with a dummy corpse of Marshall Tito.
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