Tony Robinson Bio Tony Robinson's artwork reflects social, spiritual, and personal subject matter and is expressed in a variety of mediums the most common ones being charcoal, oil, and watercolor.
The first edition of The Descendants, a positive message superhero comic book for all ages featuring the stories of four heroes of African and Latino descent who connect with people from all backgrounds around the world, debuted in 1996. The second edition, The Descendants Versus the Forces of Hate, published in limited release in 1999 and re-released in 2007 by Dare Books Publishing of New York continues to receive critical acclaim and success.
Tony continues to create and publish issues of The Descendants as well as other works of fine art. He often presents and speaks at comic book conventions, book signings, and galleries. Tony runs workshops in the visual arts, creative writing and comic book development.
As the founder of Descendants Productions, Tony Robinson is an accomplished artist, actor, singer, composer, model, writer, publisher, and educator.
Drawing since the age of four, singing and acting since age eight, he pursued his love for the arts at Meyer Levin Magnet School for the Arts in Brooklyn, New York. He went on to attend Friends Seminary in Manhattan, New York, where he majored in art and studied music and English Literature.
Tony attended Brandeis University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. He majored in English Literature and minored in Fine Arts studying literature and drama. Tony continued his studies in art at Pratt University in Brooklyn and Jazz vocal performance at Mannes College of Music in Manhattan.
Tony pursued his career as an artist over the years while serving as a counselor and teacher to many young people.
Tony's work in music, art, theater, and education, holds one special purpose: To spread a positive message to people all over the world.