Ronald Wimberly is a designer based in NY city. He works primarily in narrative. He’s worked with The New Yorker, Dargaud, DC, Marvel, Image, Darkhorse, Nike, Benetton, and others. Some notable works are the Eisner-nominated Sentences for Vertigo and Lighten Up; as well as Prince of Cats, and Black History in its Own Words. He’s been twice selected for the Maison des Auteurs residency in Angoulême and is the 2016 Columbus Museum of Art/Thurber House 2016 Graphic Novelist Artist in residence. He’s exhibited in New York, Tokyo, and Paris.