Andrew Skwish is an American illustrator and photographer. He has a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Buffalo. He has worked as a freelance illustrator for important publications such as The New York Times and Rolling Stone. He has taught at Florida’s Poynter Institute.
The characteristic style of his work has been influenced by Joan Miró’s work for the illustrators of Vanity Fair between 1930 and 1940, and digital artists as Sophie Dutertre and Jotto Seibod. The most important characteristic in his works is the use of scanned textures.