Grzegorz Rosinski

Grzegorz Rosiński was born in Stalowa Wola in 1941. In 1967 he graduated the Lyceum of Fine Arts in Warsaw and then joined the Academy of Fine Arts of Warsaw. Until late 1970s he authored numerous book illustrations for various Polish publishers and authors. He also authors some of the most popular Polish comic book series of the time, including the Illustrated History of Poland, Kapitan Żbik and Pilot śmigłowca. Initially publishing his comic books only in newspapers and magazines (among them Sztandar Młodych), with time his works start to be published separately. He is also the creator and the first editor of the Relax magazine, the first Polish language magazine devoted solely to comic books. In 1976 Rosiński received a scholarship in Belgium, where he met Jean Van Hamme, who wrote for him the series Thorgal, one of the most popular European comic book series.

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