Larry Grossman is an American illustrator known for his logos, illustrations, and merchandise designs for Disney, Warner Bros., and DreamWorks in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Among them, Larry created the logos for Animaniacs and Tiny Toon Adventures, both of which have appeared on the packaging for numerous video games and remain in use decades later. He illustrated the box art for Kemco's The Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout (1990) as well as an accompany promotional ad.
Growing up in Los Angeles, California, Larry’s professional art career began at age 15 when he purchased his first airbrush and began painting wild designs on T-shirts at car shows. Larry moved from L.A. to Berkeley in 1968 to attend the California College of Arts and Crafts (as of 2003: California College of the Arts; then in Oakland, now in San Francisco) where he studied film and photography and later taught film animation. In 1981, Disney Studios enticed Larry back to L.A. to work as a designer on TRON, the first computerized film. In the early '90s, Larry became enthralled with the creative potential of the computer, and eventually put his airbrush aside. Utilizing both his painting and photo skills, he began creating innovative digital art which combines his love of cars and architecture and his passion for the styles of the 1920s–’50s. Larry distributes his artwork through his company RetroVisions.