ANDREW LEWIS will be part of the 2017 London Artists' Studio Tour!
This Friday April 21 (7-9:30pm), Saturday 10am-5pm + Sunday 12 noon-5pm! Original art, posters, prints and 3D works for sale.
Third poster in the series for Princeton University Concerts. I am thrilled with the opportunity to be designing for this very cool organization and illustrating such diverse productions!
It is a complete honour and delight to announce I have designed the Canada Post 2016 Community Foundation stamp. An 18 month project in the making, produced a very fresh approach to a very complex design brief. A percentage of the stamp sales goes towards Canada Post's Community Foundation which supports charitable organizations that help out children across Canada. In my mind, it was all about helping and nurturing young people learn how to fly and literally spread their wings. Also creating a positive and unique image that will stand out and remain in the public's imagination was paramount in my own mind designing and illustrating this new stamp.
Princeton University has commissioned me to design and illustrate a series of posters for their very cool, new concert series. It is such a honour to be working with this prestigious school and also with wonderfully creative people! We are even adding some animation to the poster for online and campus media outlets!
On the occasion of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s official state visit, the Royal Canadian Mint has produced a commemorative silver medallion celebrating Canada and Mexico’s longstanding ties as North American neighbours. Designed by Canadian artist Andrew Lewis and painted in vibrant colour, the medallion features the renowned symbols of the flags of Mexico (the eagle) and Canada (the maple leaf). Ottawa, June 28, 2016
The Interntional Poster Biennale of Warsaw opened this past weekend the exhibition 50/50/50 - Fifty years, Fifty Posters, Fifty Designers. I am honoured to be the only Canadian in this list of designers, some of them my art school heroes! Exhibition poster designed by Edgar Bak, photo of my poster by Méxican designer Eduardo Barrea Aramarri (BICM). Thank you again!
Conde Nast – GQ México Magazine (México City) launches the International Poster Biennial of México with Canadian designer Andrew Lewis' new GQ poster and double page spread on his work. Lewis is one of five internationally acclaimed designers selected for this event.
The Royal Canadian Mint has commissioned Andrew Lewis to create and illustrate the 2016 POP ART Canada Goose, 2 oz Collectors Coin. Coins can be purchased directly through the Mint's website: http://www.mint.ca/store/coins/2-oz.-fine-silver-coin-–-pop-art-celebrating-the-canada-goose-–-mintage-3000-2016.-features-the-artwork-of-canadian-artist-andrew-lewis-prod2610015#.VykZDEI0P8s
The Westland Gallery is hosting a Pop-Up Poster Show & Sale, December 3-6 located at 156 Wortley Road, London Canada. Opening night is December 3rd, 6-9 pm. There will be 45+ posters at various sizes and prices available. See you there!
GOLD MEDAL WINNING POSTER
12TH INTERNATIONAL POSTER BIENNIAL OF MEXICO: FRANZ MEYER MUSEUM
Andrew Lewis has won the GOLD MEDAL for his poster featuring the Converse & Marimekko collaboration for British Columbia retailer Baggins Shoes. The design featured the classic Chuck Taylor shoe combined with the brilliant graphic print styles of Finland’s Marimekko brand. The 12th International Poster Biennial, held in Mexico City awarded the GOLD MEDAL in the Commercial Category. Andrew Lewis is the first Canadian Graphic designer to win this prestigious, international award.
SILVER MEDAL WINNING POSTER
2013 INTERNATIONAL POSTER BIENNIAL OF BOLIVIA: LA PAZ BOLIVIA
We humbly and gratefully announce that the Converse & Marimekko collaboration for British Columbia retailer Baggins Shoes has won the Silver Medal for commercial posters.
My new poster for the exhibition and conference of "Poster Passion" in Puebla Mexico November 2015.
Fête du Graphisme 2015 has included Andrew Lewis in their 2015 exhibition. 40 International poster designers including Lewis have created posters with the theme “Celebtating the Planet” and will be shown the infamous Champs Elyesée from January-February. Ooh-La-La!