Johan Vandebosch studied Graphic Design in Hasselt. After an internship at an advertising agency in Brussels, he joined the graphic studio of the faculty of Architecture at the University of Hasselt. In 1994 he started his own studio Ziezo. For over twenty years, he designed the visual communication for the cultural centre DE VELINX in Tongeren and the identities for numerous companies, as well as books for publishers. Since 2000 he teaches Graphic Design at the PXL-MAD in Hasselt and in 2001 Johan was selected to be part of Design Flanders. In 2009 he received the Plantin-Moretus Prize for the best designed book and was nominated twice for the Cobra Power of Print. Johan regularly participates in solo and group exhibitions in Belgium and abroad. He also curated several art and design exhibitions, such as ReCraft and The Third Poster. From 2014 on, he forms an artistic duo called Le Prince-Évêque with his colleague Tom Lambeens. Recently they created a permanent work of art, according to The Third Paradise-concept from Pistoletto, in Tongeren.