Brazilian artist, writer, & comic book colorist.
Introspective, unapproachable, distant boy…

Felipe Kroll was graduated in Advertising in 2010, the same period in which he began to work professionally with art. He has produced works of illustration, comics and concept art for companies all over the world, among them: Killer Comics, Moonstone Books, Capstone Publishers, Rocco Publishing, Positive Publishing and Universal Music Brazil. He worked on the graphic novel adaptation of the script “X-Patriot” written by Brandon Camp, director of “The Mystery of the Dragonfly” and “Love Happens.” For the national best-selling author Raphael Draccon, he created the concepts arts of the characters in the book “Cemitérios de Dragões (Dragons Graveyard)”, a work published in the renowned portal of Latin American pop culture: Omelete. In 2016 he was responsible for the development of all the art and design of the kid’s book: Águas de Março, which had 20,000 copies distributed with the support of the State Secretary of Culture ProAc / SP. He is a founding partner of Noam Comics, a studio where he currently works.

Felipe lives in a small town (he likes to think it’s a small town) with his little kid and two imaginary friends.


Some clients I’ve worked with:


Stay in touch

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For random thoughts and gripings:


For photos and a cool project:


Foe only the best and highly selected artwork by me and my two imaginary friends:
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