|Born||1971 (age 49–50)|
|Area(s)||Cartoonist, Artist, Editor|
|Pseudonym(s)||Németh Levente, Levi|
|hu:Királyok és Keresztek|
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Levente Németh (born 1971), better known by his artist name Levi, is a Hungarian graphic designer and comics artist, the creator of the hu:Királyok és Keresztek historical graphic novel series. Levi designed several corporate and product logos, managed advertising campaigns for international sports events, cultural festivals and theatres. In 2017 he created the first part of the Kings and Crosses, a historical graphic novel published in Hungary.
Levi was born in Nagykanizsa, Hungary. During his secondary school years he played soccer in the local second division team. From 1993 he attended the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. He started his career at 1996, he was employed as Art Director by the Hungarian affiliate of Young & Rubicam.
(Redacted) and sports marketing. He redesigned Corporate Identity for the most popular Hungarian soccer team, Ferencváros. He also worked for banks, wine producers, theaters. Furthermore, Levi works for the Hungarian Canoe Federation, Hungarian Olympic Committee, Hungarian Fencing Federation, Hungarian Handball Federation as the lead graphic designer for the international sports events held in Hungary.
His first comic was an adaptation of the Shakespeare play Henry IV. In 2018 he started the Kings and Crosses graphic novel series together with the script writer János Mészáros, Sinonimo. The first part Voluntas Tua was published in November 2017 and was first introduced on Vienna Comic Con 2017. The comics was translated first into English, and in early 2019 it will be published by the Belgian comics publisher BD Must in French, German and Dutch. The second book Canis et Lupi, Dogs and Wolves is planned for November 2019.
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