Sketchbook: Andy Rementer

Andy Rementer’s sketchbooks are nothing less than incredible. I think someone needs to just take them and publish them as a big book. Each page is pretty much a finished illustration or comic and they are funny- full of the craziest cast of characters. A few of Andy’s sketchbook pages were featured in the Street Sketchbook book I posted about on Monday, his hand-lettering in Hand Job and some drawings in The Artist’s Guide to Making Money. But I am so happy Andy sent over so much more of his work to share. This is what Andy had to say about his sketchbooks- “Regarding the sketchbooks. Well, they are something I always carry around with me and are sort of like a diary but not a diary cause I’m a guy. In the past I used them to go wild and experiment with drawing, collage, painting techniques. Though lately they seem to serve more as a means for organizing things in my head. They are great for when you overhear a pathetic conversion and wanna remember it for later, or when you have an ‘idea-spasm’ (my word). I’m pretty dependent on them.” Besides filling his sketchbooks Andy shows his work at galleries- the most recent- Limited Run- is at Open Space and is an exhibition of over 25 artists who make limited run prints and zines. He also has a weekly comic site called Techno Tuesday where he posts a new cartoon every Tuesday- which you can check out here. Also check out Andy’s site here and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy these pages:

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