Illustration // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
We'll never tire of the far out, mathematical stylings of draftsman, designer, musician and Juxtapoz Psychedelic cover artist Andy Gilmore. Gilmore 'explores physical properties and proportions of sound and light in his work. He performs through the synchronization of form and color, in order to create his geometric works of art. Being a musician, Andy’s inspired by the physics of sound and acoustic.'
Illustration // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Rochester-based artist and wizard Andy Gilmore turns math into art, creating hypnotizing geometric patterns that are heavily influenced by patterns that abound in nature and music. These kaleidoscopic creations translate the mathematical abstractions that govern the organic, the aural and the visual, and it's no wonder he has received a lot of well-due attention for these brilliant works of art and equation.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 06, 2013
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore's work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic. Andy received his BFA from SUNY Empire State College and relocated to California where he worked resizing print ads for C1RCA Footwear and Forum Snowboards, introducing him to the computer and laying the foundation for his career in digital art, illustration and design.
Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
NYC-based artist Andy Gilmore is an undisputed master of color and geometric composition. His work is often characterized as polychromatic and hypnotic, although it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements referencing the scales and melodies in music. Gilmore's journey toward his masterful style unfolded through a dogged pursuit of education through practical experience, noting the bookstores, bakeries, and theaters where he worked as more influential than his formal schooling.
Illustration // Friday, March 09, 2012
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore's work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic, though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements referencing the scales and melodies in music.