24″ x 17.5″ without frame, 29.10″ x 23.10″ x 0.9″ with frame, Acrylic on Wood
Exhibition at Flower Pepper Gallery: 3rd Year Anniversary Show from December 6th, 2014 to January 6th, 2015
Los Angeles artist Andrew Brandou graduated Otis Parsons school of Design, Los Angeles, with a BFA in 1990.
Since that time he has worked as a fine artist, illustrator, and in the animation industry as an art director and producer.
His animation credits include The Simpsons, Rugrats, Spongebob Squarepants, and Invader Zim. He was art director for In The Realms of the Unreal, a feature documentary about outsider artist Henry Darger. He also produced animation for underground comic artists Richard Corben, Martin Emonds, and Robert Williams. His work can be seen in music videos for Tupac Shakur, The Squirrel Nut Zippers, and Bjork.
As an illustrator, Andrew’s work has appeared in publications worldwide. Notably, he produced album artwork for the A&M records, Geffen records, and Warner Brothers. His illustration has appeared in The New Yorker magazine, Nickelodeon magazine, and Streetvirus.
Andrews fine art career has garnered the attention of the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and New York Times. He has been featured in numerous periodicals including Juxtapoz magazine, IdN, Swindle and Hi-Fructose. Books featuring Andrew’s work include In the Land of Retinal Delights, Design Stars Boulevard of DPI, Beasts!, and The Three Apples Exhibition Catalog honoring the 35th anniversary of Hello Kitty.
Select Solo Exhibitions:
Copro Nason Gallery Los Angeles , Hell,
La Luz De Jesus Gallery Los Angeles, After Audubon
Jonathan LeVine Gallery NYC, Everyone’s Happier Now That You’re Gone
The Shooting Gallery, San Francisco, Me, Myself and I
Galerie Milieu, Bern Switzerland, Mind Manors
Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, As A Man Thinketh
Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, In the Garden of the Mystic
Selected Group Exhibitions:
Bridge Fair, Miami
Museum of Art, Laguna
Mesa Contemporary, Mesa
Museum of Art, Sao Paulo
Museum of Art, Boston
With Darren “Dr.” Romanelli, DPMHI, London and Maxfields, Los Angeles.
Artist Website: http://andrewbrandou.com/