Posted 08 April 2021

Get a Pep Talk from artist and designer, Andrew Herzog

Our next Pep Talk is set for Wednesday 21st April at 1pm, when we’ll be joined by New York-based artist and designer, Andrew Herzog to talk about building a portfolio that best represents you, passion projects, and his latest book, A Report: Circle Or Curve. Read on for how to be in with a chance of winning a copy, and submit your own questions.

Meet the Guest


About Andrew Herzog
Since graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design’s graphic design course in 2013, New York-based artist and designer Andrew Herzog has had an impressively wide-ranging career, showcasing a truly multidisciplinary way of working in a variety of creative roles.

After stints at both R/GA and Sagmeister & Walsh, Andrew joined the Google Five programme in 2015 – later going on to lead projects at Google Creative Lab often dealing with AI and accessibility, like this drawing game built with machine learning.

A year later, Andrew co-founded design studio HAWRAF alongside fellow Creative Lab colleagues Carly Ayres, Pedro Sanches and Nicky Tesla. Known for creating honest and interesting interactive client work and self-initiated projects, the team decided to close doors in 2019 – but not before sharing their studio documents and learnings in a public Google Drive folder.

Today, Andrew is a partner and director at creative studio, School, set up as a “vehicle for continuous learning” and experimentation – two things the studio sees as integral to the creative process. Working across a wide range of mediums, the studio’s output has so far included everything from websites, brand identities, books and videos, to installations, bots, illustrations, apps, advertisements and tools.

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Google AutoDraw project, completed at Google Creative Lab

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‘Walking Line – Circle, 2017’

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Andrew’s latest book, ‘A Report: Circle Or Curve?’

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A 2018 public art installation created at the National Museum of Art in Bucharest, Romania

As an artist, Andrew’s work has also been exhibited in museums, galleries and city streets. His latest book, A Report: Circle Or Curve? is the first in a series that documents Andrew’s 2018 public art installations in which he created a “walking mural” by painting a metre-wide, one kilometre diameter circle around the National Museum of Art in Bucharest, Romania.

On top of all of this, Andrew has also taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York, so will be ready and prepared to answer all of your questions! Join us on 21st April, when we’ll be chatting to Andrew about building a portfolio that best represents you, the power of self-initiated work, how to attract more of the work you want to do, and more.

See more from Andrew on his website and Instagram; and see more from School on their website and Instagram.

Meet the Host

About Steph Fung
A 2019 graduate of LCC’s BA in graphic and media design, doing a year in industry while at university lead to Steph’s lucky break. After working with the likes of The Face magazine, Studio Moross and The Mill, Steph built up a strong network before landing her current role as a motion designer at Selfridges.

Ever since, Steph’s career has continued to go from strength-to-strength. From building an impressive online presence to creating work for Vogue Singapore. Recently she was also selected for Kickers’ class of 50 creatives that they believe will help shape their respective industries over the next 50 years.

See more from Steph via her website, on Instagram and TikTok.

Get Involved

Send us your questions!
We’d love for you to join us on April 21st, and we also welcome your questions for Andrew. Don’t forget to submit a question to be in with a chance of winning Andrew’s book!

Join the conversation
You can send your questions via Eventbrite when you sign up. Register using the button below, give us a follow on Instagram – and we’ll see you there!

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