Gideon Kendall is an graphic novelist, illustrator and animation designer based in Brooklyn, NY. Gideon has created books, illustrations, comics and animation for many clients including Penguin/Putnam, Disney, Comixology/Kitchen Sink, IDW, Dark Horse, Cartoon Network, Madison Square Garden, Citibank, Scholastic and The New York Times.
When not serving his corporate overlords, Gideon enjoys making books and comics for both children and grown-ups. Gideon has illustrated several picture books, including "The Fall of General Custard"(2016 White Cloud Press). He is the artist of Harvey Kurtzman's "Marley's Ghost". He is the writer and author of the sci-fi comic book series "WHATZIT" and collaborates with writer Doug Latino on the auto-bio anthology series "WAIT...It Gets Worse".
Gideon draws in a diverse array of styles. Whether it’s a wholesome kid's book or an irreverent graphic novel, Gideon creates illustrations that are richly detailed and classically drawn. Gideon received his BFA from Cooper Union. He currently resides in the sleepy neighborhood of Kensington with his wife and fellow artist Julie Peppito, and their son Milo.