Andrew J. Nilsen doesn’t care about titles. Call him a designer, art director, illustrator, photographer, flying trapeze instructor, white water rafting guide, or motorcycle whisperer and he will have a few stories for all of those things. At the end of the day, Andrew is just a guy who likes to create.
Some of those creations have been recognized by the Society of Publications Designers (Gold Medal), the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, 3×3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly, Print Magazine, Communication Arts, the London International Creative Competition, CMYK Magazine, and more. He was named 2011 Graphic Designer of the Year by International Design Awards.
Clients include: Village Voice, LA Weekly, Fast Company, Scientific American, Salesforce, American Giant, The Washington Post, PG&E, The Walt Disney Family Museum, Worth Magazine, The Stranger, Seattle Met, Houstonia Magazine, Kiehl’s, Bao Tranchi, Genentech, Green Source Magazine, SF Weekly, Make Magazine, Denver Westword, Houston Press, Phoenix New Times, Dallas Observer, Library Journal, Columbus Monthly, Sacramento Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, Capital Business Journal, Institutional Investor, Minneapolis City Pages, San Antonio Current, Miami New Times, and St. Louis Riverfront Times. For more, visit www.andrewjnilsen.com.
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