Cody Vrosh is a self-taught illustrator, painter, and drinker of many glorious coffees. His depictions of dark and whimsical companionships express the aspects of one’s personality that we typically hide from the world. With an emphasis on experimentation, his fine lines and chaotic ink patterns have graced such diverse surfaces as hand-cut burned wood and espresso-stained paper.|
In 2007, he founded Binary Winter Press, an independent book press and eco-friendly screen printing workshop. His books include The Irrelevant Redemption: A Steampunk Fairytale, Ash & Ember, Gasmask A Day (a collection of images from his Gasmask A Day blog series, /ROOT + Whim (vol 0001), and most recently, Coffee Creatures, collecting his paintings in coffee & watercolor. Clients include Modern Eden Gallery, The Museum of Edgar Allan Poe, The Razor Skyline, and Mission: Comics & Art.
At any given moment, you can find him traveling both space and time, but only in one direction in either at once. After an expedition in the Gamma Quadrant, Cody Vrosh launched the Sword of Kahless into deep space upon realizing the empire wasn't ready for its power. Cody Vrosh doesn't just have epiphanies; he is possibly the world's greatest epiphany collector. Cody Vrosh once drank half of a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, having 3/5ths of his mind blown, 2/5ths of which were later recovered in a Harry Nilsson LP sleeve.
He is passionate about animal rights, robot rights, and makes a mean vegan cheesecake. Cody Vrosh thinks you have a pretty and/or handsome smile.