Nikodem Cabała - He is a natural artist. He has not completed any art studies. Since 2004, he has worked for “Nowa Fantastyka” as an illustrator. He is a co-author of the “BiOCOSMOSiS” series, the only Polish comics series with two first volumes reprinted by “Heavy Metal”, an American magazine.
Mirosław Urbaniak - He studied visual communication at the External Faculty of Graphic Arts in Katowice of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. In 1990, he graduated from the study of prof. Michal Kliś. He has participated in exhibitions in Warsaw, Paris or Brussels. He runs Dots&Spots Ltd in London, where he creates storyboards and visualizations for the advertising industry.
Michał Śledziński - He graduated from the Leon Wyczółkowski Secondary School of Fine Arts in Bydgoszcz. He was awarded his diploma in comics in 1997, together with the title of a graphic artist.
Tomasz Samojlik - He is a natural artist. He has not completed any art studies and is a biologist by education. Since 2012, he has been a populariser and a scientist of the Mammal Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Białowieża. He is called the precursor of the Polish renaissance of comics for children after 1989 and one of the most popular modern authors creating works only for younger readers.
Tomasz Leśniak - He graduated from graphic design at the Faculty of European Graphic Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, supervised by prof. Julian Pałka and prof. Mieczysław Wasilewski. His works were published in “Świerszczyk”, “Ślizg”, “Przekrój”, “Newsweek”, “Machina”, “Filipinka” or “Duży Format”.
Tadeusz Baranowski - He studied at the Faculty of Graphic Arts and Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In 1969, he graduated from prof. Artur Nacht-Samborski and prof. Aleksander Kobzdej’s Study of Illustration, Posters and Graphic Arts. He has participated in exhibitions in Poland and abroad, including in Helsinki, Berlin, Warsaw, Lublin and Sopot.
Mateusz Skutnik - He studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Gdańsk University of Technology. He graduated in 2001 from the prof. Aleksander Piwek’s Department of History of Architecture and Conservation of Antiques. He publishes his works in Polish and foreign anthologies. He has participated in many comics exhibitions, including in Poland, Belgium or Germany.
Marek Turek - He is a natural artist with no formal art education. He has published his works in many magazines in Poland (e.g. “AQQ”, “Komiks Forum”, “KKK”, “Czas Komiksu”, “Krakers”, “Katastrofa”, “Ziniol”, “KGB”, “Zeszyty Komiksowe”) and abroad (e.g. in the Czech Republic, Macedonia, Slovenia, Italy or the USA).