Andrew’s instinctive experiment project is a compression of a variety of visual ideas and systems. It's an attempt to make order and cohesion out of chaos and, in some small way, to make sense out of anxiety. It’s a collection of quiet, eclectic, and often surreal vignettes – described by Andrew as “sketchbook ambience.” Stash coverage here.



Andrew Myers is an artist and filmmaker that lives and works in New York City. His work often explores the processing and output of mass information in the digital era, looking to make controlled sense of a chaotic system of images. His sensibility is delicate, and often plays with juxtaposition and humor.

Growing up in small town Ontario, Canada and later obtaining a BFA at Ryerson University in Toronto, he moved to the United States in 2014 and has been working in studio on set building, animation, photography and filmmaking ever since.

His work has been published in the New Yorker, Time, Le Monde, and Wired, among others, and he has worked for a wide range of clients including Google, IBM, Hermes, Puma, Verizon and Airbnb. He can be found most days playing around with ideas in his Brooklyn studio.