This poster was created for a collaboration of Converse, Marimekko & Baggins Shoes, and received a gold medal at the International Poster Biennial of Mexico. It also received a silver medal at the International Poster Biennial of Bolivia.
Natsuri Ogaki Music Festival 1
Created for a music festival in Japan.
4Mile Brown Ale- Grande Damn Wham
Part of a massive series of branding for 4Mile Brewery out of British Columbia, this is 1/7 posters of each available beer. See all the bottles’ packaging here
Célébrer La Terre
For Fête du Graphisme 2015 this poster was exhibited on the Champs-Élysées. Ooh-la-la, magnifique, n’est pas?
Originally created for a pairing with Zyliss to market their Sisi Garlic Press. For more on that collaboration click here
Martin Luther King Jr.
Created to honor Dr. King, Jr., on his namesake day.
Princeton- Histoire Du Tango
For a collaboration with Princeton’s Concert Series. For more on this collaboration click here
Exhibited at Alive Kruchenykh! in Moscow, Russia, where Andrew was the only North American artist invited to exhibit his work.
Commemorating the Russian Revolution, this poster has been exhibited across the world.
Exhibited at Italian Poster Biennial & Puebla Mexico
Salvemos al TIPNIS
Exhibited at Bienal del Cartel Bolivia BICeBé® 2009, this poster translates to STOP! Save the TIPNIS. The TIPNIS is Bolivia's Isiboro-Sécure National Park, a formerly protected jungle area containing indigenous peoples, endangered species, and water access, which the government now plans to put a highway through. Alto is also the word for loud, so this phrasing serves dual purpose.
Created for the Grand Theatre in London Ontario, as (almost) always, drawn by hand, then finished digitally.
Tofino Surf Sisters
Created for the famous surf school in Tofino, British Columbia, Canada.
part of a branding campaign for Spinnakers Brewpub
50 Years of Vespa
Exhibited at Beyond Peace 2018, in the Korean Demilitarized Zone, (DMZ), aka the weapons free zone between North and South Korea
Ms Winnie Spring
This was part of a branding project for a new store called “Ms Winnie” in the Ginza shopping district of Toyko. The 4 images were used in ads, as well as instore and subway posters and depict/say “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter” in the upper left corners. Really, they were just big bright, fun images that payed homage to the Edo period along with current imagery. See more of these here