Nicolas Le Bault is a French author and visual artist born in 1986, expressing mainly through drawing. He also produces comics imbued with the often marginalized themes of violence, family neuroses, self-mutilation, anorexia, incest, intimate life, sexuality, and ambivalent/toxic relationships in an atmosphere that is both troubled and childlike, often unpredictable and nightmarish. Inspired by psychoanalysis and the social sciences, as well as all forms of popular culture, he is also an author of texts that mix radical social criticism and aesthetic reflection. Since the end of 2017, he has run the independent publishing house White Rabbit Prod and the contemporary art and transgression magazine White Rabbit Dream, through which he defends his vision of art as a vehicle for individual and collective emancipation, and as an aesthetic response to the malaise in civilization. He has exhibited in institutions throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and Japan.