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Andy Gilmore

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Mael Rawnsley

on 21 March 2017

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Transcript of Andy Gilmore

The No Name Piece
His complex patterns
“I will refresh the weary and satisfy the faint.”
Andy Gilmore
Tone Patterns
Bright swirling colors, intricately interwoven lines morphing into sleek harmonius forms ‘ the mesmerizing kaleidoscopic images of Rochester, New York-based multi-talent Andy Gilmore have a futuristic, almost alien feel to them.
His designs transcend straightforward aesthetic beauty, their forms inhabiting a realm of mathematical complexity, containing a certain geometric musicality.
Andy Gilmore is a designer, draftsman and musician based in Rochester, New York. His work is an exploration of the physical properties of sound and light put to form.
Monday March 13th 2017
Vol XCIII, No. 311
His Life and Style
Andy's Biography
Andy Gilmore currently lives and works in Rochester, New York. His graphic design clients include The New York Times, Dazed & Confused Magazine, Wire Magazine, and many others. The ‘musicality’ of his works is more than a coincidence ‘ Andy Gilmore is also a musician. Deeply interested in the physics of sound and acoustics, his work reflects just that. In these pieces, Gilmore explores the physical properties of tone ‘ the resonance of a single string creating a range of vibrations and sound waves, both audible and inaudible ‘ and mirrors that relationship visually, producing complex images with overtones swimming through undertones, melodies dancing with accompaniment.
Andy Gilmore
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