Aimée de Jongh (1988) is a comic author, animator and illustrator from the Netherlands, with a large variety of drawing styles. Aimée received her degree in Animation at the Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam, KASK Ghent and at the Gobelins Summer School Paris.

She debuted with Snippers, a humorous daily comic series for the Dutch newspaper Metro. Her first graphic novel The Return of the Honey Buzzard won the Prix Saint-Michel and was adapted to film. After this, Aimée decided to focus on graphic novels and animation. Her recent graphic novels are TAXI!, an autobiography about taxi rides, and Blossoms in Autumn, about love after 60, written by the Belgian comic author Zidrou.

In 2017, Aimée made her first graphic journalism work after visiting the refugee camps on Lesbos. This trip resulted in the drawn report Europe's Waiting Room.

Aimée has been involved in the animation industry for several years. She directed and animated the short film Aurora, she created storyboards for Amazon Prime's Undone, and animated a series of music videos for the television show De Wereld Draait Door. Aimée's biggest animation project was Behind the Telescopes, a 71-minute theatrical film with harpist Lavinia Meijer, which she directed and animated.

Aimée has taught various classes about comics, graphic journalism and animation. Currently, Aimée is making two new comic books, which will be released in 2020 and 2021.