HELLO!

Andrew Heath is a graphic designer and illustrator located in Lexington, KY.  With 10 years of experience under his belt, he has worked with a wide variety of clients as well as exhibiting his artwork in dozens of gallery shows across the United States.  Specializing in minimal design, he likes to keep his work clean, simple and concise, while still having a bold impact on the viewer.

THE FACTS

  • His favorite movie is Ghostbusters and has seen it approximately 150 times.  Ghostbusters II, not so many.
     
  • 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.

CLIENTS

  • Looney Labs
  • Gallery 1988
  • H&R Block
  • US Bank
  • Sony Pictures
  • Cartoon Network
  • Vendy Awards
  • Fab.com
  • WTF with Marc Maron
  • Ray LaMontagne
  • Walk the Moon
  • ShirtPunch
  • Back in Time
  • Wall Street Greetings
  • Mighty Tees
  • TeeMinus24
  • LOTUS
  • GeeksOUT!

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