Tim Robinson works from his new studio in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, where he lives with his wife Marguerite and his two sons, Wyatt and Luke. He has a BFA from Syracuse University and has been working as a freelance illustrator since 1989. Before that, Tim gained significant experience working for Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser at WBMG, where he was introduced to all aspects of publication design and the myriad applications of commercial art. Tim’s often humorous illustrations depend on conceptual twists and visual metaphor to create unexpected solutions to a wide array of problems. Tim's collage work regularly appears in The New York Times, The Nation, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2010 his collages were featured in Print Magazine and in a new book by Steven Heller. Clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Harvard Business Review, The Nation, Canadian Business, Time Warner, Condé Nast, Xerox, Exxon, The History Channel, Workman Publishing, and Rodale Press, among many others. Tim wrote and illustrated a children’s book, "Tobias, the Quig and the Rumplenut Tree", released in 2000 by Winslow Press to glowing reviews. Tim also writes songs and plays guitar, performing occasionally in the city. He has also exhibited as a fine artist in New York City and Westchester County. His abstract collages are in several significant collections.


  • American Express Barron's Boston Business Journal Canadian Business Conde Nast Exxon Forbes Harvard Business Review National Law Journal New York Life Rodale Press Selling Power The Boston Globe The Nation The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Time Warner Workman Publishing Xerox The Washington Post Print Roaring Brook Press U.S. News and World Report