Andrew Heath is a graphic designer and illustrator from the horse crazed, bourbon fueled land of Kentucky. Growing up in the western part of the state, he developed a love for art at an early age, mainly copying the pictures out of comic books. It's not until high school where his interest in music inadvertently led him to the discovery of graphic design - by way of concert posters.  From there, he moved to Lexington to study at the University of Kentucky, where in 2012, he received his Bachelors of Arts.  After a lengthy stint at a corporate greeting card company, he decided to hang up his figurative tie and tackle the world of freelancing where he's been ever since. Andrew still resides in Lexington with his wife, Shelley and their cleverly named cat, Kitty.

THE FACTS

  • His favorite movie is Ghostbusters and has seen it approximately 150 times.
     
  • He is a cheeseburger connoisseur.
     
  • He skillful in the art of high-fives.  If you ask you shall receive.
     
  • His brain is 1/4 Lego.

SELECT CLIENTS


EXHIBITIONS

"More Than You Imagined"
Bottleneck Gallery, New York City

"Are You Afraid of the Art?"
Gallery 27, Chicago

"Oscar Legends"
Hero Complex Gallery, Los Angeles

"Product Placement"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Is This Thing On? #2"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"DreamWeaver"
GeeksOUT, New York City

"Official Bad Robot Art Experience"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"I Love You, Man"
Bottleneck Gallery, New York City

"Official Edgar Wright Art Show"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Say Hi to the Bad Guy"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Hey You Guys: An 80's Tribute"
Cricket Press Gallery, Lexington

"Official Adventure Time Art Show"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"The Subtle Art of Pop Culture"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary"
Gallery 1988, Traveling Show

"McKellen Me Softly"
GeeksOUT, New York City

"Joss Whedon X Gallery 1988"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Crazy 4 Cult 8: Back in LA"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Is This Thing On? #4"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"An Art Show About Nothing"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles

"Crazy 4 Cult 9"
Gallery 1988, Los Angeles