Artist Andy Gilmore talks through the process behind his remarkable geometric work

Posted in Art, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 10 Sep 2013

A master of colour and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore’s captivating artwork draws comparisons to kaleidoscopic patterns and references the scles and melodies in music. Collaborating with Ghostly International, Gilmore has creating album covers for the likes of Gold Panda and here talks about his inspirations and process behind producing each piece. Directed by Will Calcutt.

Check out more of Gilmore’s work on his site:

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