Robert Steinhilber was born in Kansas City, Missouri, USA in 1954.He attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, and received a BA in Computer Animation from the Art Institute of Phoenix in 2001. Steinhilber has made his home on three continents at various times, and currently lives and works in Arizona where he creates his web comic DOGBAD (http://www.dogbad.net) and teaches Advanced Vector Animation at the Art Institute of Phoenix.
Robert has worked in fine arts, music and publishing extensively, collaborating with fellow artists Bob Boze Bell, Ed Mell and others, and has created major label LP and CD cover art for Bob Marley and the Wailers, The Heptones and Lee Scratch Perry (to name three). He worked for two decades as percussionist, occupying the drummer's chair in Los Angeles with diverse groups including the X-Streams, Jerry's Kids, The Skanksters, Victory Acres and Zef and the Ravers. He was a co-founder, as art director of THE BEAT magazine based in Los Angeles, published from 1981 through 2011.
Photo by Barbara Anne Steinhilber.
"…Robert (is) a pure cartoonist. He revels in absurdities. " - Neil Atwood
My Interests: Ancient and Classical world art; 1920's & 1930's Animation; Popeye; Music; Language