Georges Wolinski

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Georges Wolinski
G. Wolinski dédicaçant à la fête de l'Huma 2007-02.JPG
Born (1934-06-28) 28 June 1934 (age 80)
Tunis, Tunisia
Nationality French
Area(s) writer, cartoonist
Notable works
C’est la faute à la société
Awards full list

Georges Wolinski (born 28 June 1934 in Tunis) is a French cartoonist and comics writer.


After discontinuing his architecture studies in Paris, Georges Wolinski began cartooning in 1960, contributing political and erotic cartoons and comic strips to the satirical monthly Hara-Kiri.[1]

During the student revolts of May 1968, Wolinski co-founded the satirical magazine L'Enragé with Siné.

In the early 1970s Wolinski collaborated with the comics artist Georges Pichard to create Paulette which appeared in Charlie Mensuel and provoked reactions in France during its publication.

Wolinski's work is seen to date in the daily newspaper Libération, the weekly Paris-Match, L'Écho des savanes and Charlie Hebdo.[1]


  • Paulette, art by Georges Pichard
    • Paulette Tome 1, 1971
    • Paulette Tome 2, 1972
    • Le mariage de Paulette, Le Square, 1974
    • Paulette en Amazonie, Le Square, 1975
    • Ras-le-bol-ville, Le Square, 1975
    • Le cirque des femmes, Le Square, 1977
    • Les Pensées, Le Square, 1981
    • Paulette, Dargaud, 1984



  1. ^ a b Lambiek Comiclopedia. "Georges Wolinski". 

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