Grzegorz Rosinski, Polish born August 3, 1941 in Stalowa Wola (southeast of Poland, not far from Krakow and the Ukrainian border), naturalized Belgian, he currently lives in Switzerland in the canton of Valais. He has two daughters and a son. Rosinski has always been attracted by the drawing. As a child, he discovered his first comics in the newspaper Vaillant (future Pif), released in Poland by the French Communist Party. Virus cartoon takes at this time and at age 15, he will begin to make some boards. At age 11, he went to live in Warsaw. From 1961 to 1967, he studied and graduated Graphic Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. his work took off in the late 70s: it starts Thorgal in Tintin with Van Hamme. Award-winning designer, his main achievements are: Thorgal, The Great Power of the Chninkel, Hans (taken by Kas) and Western.