Michèle Standjofski, born in Beirut in 1960, is a Lebanese illustrator and comic artist. She works in the fields of publishing, advertising and the press. She teaches illustration and comics at alba (Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts).
She has participated three times in the Angoulême comic strip festival and exhibited in Beirut, Angouleme, Aix-en-Provence, Ravenna, Athens, Istanbul and Munich.
Laura-Joy Boulos, born in Beirut in 1989, obtained a degree in clinical psychology at the USJ in June 2009 and a master's degree in neuroscience and cognitive psychology at the University of Strasbourg in 2012. She is currently preparing a thesis in neuroscience at the University of Strasbourg.
Mc Gill University of Montreal, co-supervised with the University of Strasbourg. She has worked in the fields of autism and addiction.
Myriam Boulos, born in Beirut in 1992, obtained a master's degree in photography at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts in July 2015.
She won the second photo prize of the Beirut Marathon in 2012 and the Byblos Bank Award in 2014.
Her first personal exhibition, Nightshift, took place at Byblos Bank in April 2015.
She has also participated in several group exhibitions Commonfest (2015), Jabal (2014), Ouagadougou (2014).