Former Walt Disney Imagineer, Eric Robison is a world-renowned Disney Artist, Creative Director, and Filmmaker from Los Angeles, based in Oahu, Hawaii.
Upon graduating with honors from the Art Center College of Design, Eric Robison began his career as an artist when he was hired by Walt Disney Imagineering. As a concept designer, he worked on projects associated with Disneyland Resort Paris, Disneyland Resort Tokyo, Walt Disney World Resort, and of course, Disneyland Resort California.
Besides the Walt Disney Company, Eric has also worked as a consultant for Universal Studios and Warner Bros. His list of credits also includes the Vans World Cup of Surfing in Hawaii, NASA, and more.In 2001, Eric was commissioned by Disneyland to create 100 Mickey Mouse portraits for Disneyland’s 100th birthday of Walt. This exhibit opened in 2002 and sold out in 3 weeks. Following up on the 100 Mickeys’ success was his interpretations of 50 Donald Ducks for the grand opening of the New York Disney store on 5th Avenue. Eric’s latest Disney project has been the 5th Anniversary painting for the Disney Aulani Resort in Hawaii.He works out of two studios; one in Hawaii and the other in the French West Indies. His fine art expressionistic pieces have found international attention in France, Asia, Indonesia, Germany, and Los Angeles.
In addition to his world-renowned art, Eric is President and CEO of Imagiboom Entertainment LLC in Hawaii.In 2019, Eric directed, wrote, and created all the visuals for his short film, The Hollow Moon. For this experimental film, he painted over 400 originals scenes that were blended with stop motion and experimental movements in animation. In 2019, The Hollow Moon won 12 awards internationally for Best Experimental Film.
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