Through some of my projects, my work is also popping up elsewhere on the internet. To save you Googling my name, then having to filter through all the pages relating to the actor from Terminator 3 and that guy who directed Hollyoaks, I have curated a handy list of links below.

Please feel free to contact me if you find any more (or know of any other famous people who share my name)

Government Department of Culture, Media & Sport “A Day In The Creative Life”

Alternative Futures Group “Guerrilla Arts Project”

Solopress “Customer Story”

DesignJuices “Graphic Designer David Andrews (And At What Cost)”

Liverpool Echo “Dingle graphic designer carves up classic books to make unique Christmas gifts”

DesignTAXI “Graphic Design Turns Classic Books Into Elegant Book Carvings”

Fubiz “Stunning Book Carving Alphabet”

Inspyer Me “Stunning Book Carving Alphabet”

Folksy “How To Use Facebook Adverts To Boost Your Craft Business”

BidoLito “Sound City 2015 Conference Highlights”

Steph L Green “Can Do Project Reflection”

People First “Road Aheads Can Do Project is a Rap!”

Emily Karatay “Hello, is it SME you’re looking for?”

The Print Social “Dreaming in CMYK”

 

I also have various portfolios online showcasing my work. Please find a list of these below:

www.dot-art.co.uk/artist/david-andrews

www.behance.net/andatwhatcost

www.folksy.com/shops/davidandrewsxyz

And my social media pages:

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Supporters

I couldn’t have built this empire by myself, and I am truly grateful for the following companies’ support throughout this journey:

Liverpool Sound City – Aside from putting on an amazing music festival, Becky and Sam also run a programme for emerging creative businesses through workshops and one-to-one support.

dot-art – Lucy tirelessly works to sell my art and find commissions that I would never have access to otherwise.

Another Level – Not the boy-band from the 90’s… A great network of experienced mentors looking to help businesses in the ideas or start-up phase. Mark very kindly provided a grant so I could get the vinyl cutter.

Zap Graffiti – An awesome facility in the city centre where you can go and practice for free. Just make sure you pick up a couple of cans of spraypaint to support it!

Hopeful and Glorious – Heather and Gordon put on craft fairs across the North West and treat me like part of the family. Always fantastically organised and promoted, and their website is beautiful.

Graff City – If you can’t get to Liverpool, order your spraypaint from these guys. Awesome selection of paints, and their delivery service is spot-on.

Funky Aardvark – The first high street shop to believe in my work, then went on to encourage me to become self employed.

Secret Society of Super Villain Artists – A great community of street artists who welcomed me with open arms. We’re not all rascals, I promise!

Phoenix Holistic Therapy – If you’re reading this and your shoulders are tightening up or you’ve got a headache, you might need some relaxation courtesy of Lesley Batten. She’s pretty wonderful, and I’m not just saying that because she’s my mum!

Not to mention the amazing network of friends, family and animals I’ve got behind me. I’m not going to name names in case I forget anyone, but you know who you are. Peace, love & dinosaurs x