Carlisle Robinson

Carlisle Robinson is a Canadian and American comic creator and illustrator. They are passionate about educating the public with rarely told stories by minority groups, especially deaf people. They attended Gallaudet University as an undergraduate, then graduated from The Center for Cartoon Studies in spring of 2015 with a Master of Fine Arts.

Robinson has created illustrations for the Disney - Hyperion books, the Nib (a comic journalism publisher), National Deaf Center's Deafverse (the very first video game created by an all-Deaf team for the Deaf people), Ontario Association of the Deaf, Boston University, George Brown College, Seven Days VT, and many more. They were awarded a grant from Ontario Arts Council for the Deaf and Disability Arts projects, and their work has been featured in: Convo's Beyoutiful video campaign, a cover story for Broken Pencil magazine, and Tangled Art+ Disability gallery's “Deaf, What?” exhibition.

They currently reside in Toronto with their cats. They draw everything using Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud and a Wacom lntuos 4 tablet.