Keith Grachow has been a graphic artist for the last 20 years and has worked for companies like Play Along Toys (a subsidiary of Jakks Pacific) on the Bruce Lee, Enter the Dragon series; and for Disney Animation, as a digital ink and paint artist on the animated flicks Princess and the Frog and the reboot of Winnie the Pooh (2011). He also owns his own studio, working along side his wife, a professional photographer, doing personalized commissions for their couples. Want to become a superhero or movie star in your very own illustration?
He is a full time illustrator that has created comic books, web comics, graphic novels and children’s books. He has self published a series of action adventure children’s books with his mom, Amy Grachow, called Up-In-The-Sky. He’s released three books in the series, On A Planet Named Up-In-The-Sky, What Does Slog Do? and Above A Planet Named Up-In-The-Sky. He also has an ongoing comic book called SALTWATER written my Mitch Cook about a colony on Mars cut off from the Earth. They had previously worked on the mini-series called Concrete Martians, about the War of the Worlds. Keith has a story in the Toronto Comics Anthology Volume 3, written by Howard Wong, called Snow Blind and will continue that collaboration in next year’s Volume 4.
and can contact him on Twitter: @kgrachow or on Facebook: Keith Grachow or On A Planet Named Up In The Sky. For illustration inquires email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
See him in person this October 23rd at in Burlington, Ontario at Art-O-Con 2016