Andrew MacLean is an emerging comic artist who spends his days drawing pages for his comics and creating designs for ad agencies and apparel companies (Foot Locker, Resistol, Go Indie, Happy Grasshopper).
Andrew’s style emerges from a mush of artists like Mike Mignola, Gabriel Ba, Rafael Grampa, James Harren, Paul Pope, and Jack Kirby to form a life of its own. He has a very cinematic approach to storytelling, drawing on influence from filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino and Stanley Kubrick.
Andrew is rapidly getting the attention of the comic industry through his various projects. His most recent being HEAD LOPPER, which he is also writing. He also lays claim to these titles: Practically A God (written and drawn), Samurai Billy, Stray Dog County, Rogue Lawman (Image), Meatspace, Department O, & Colonial Souls. Andrew is published another of his own stories, SNIP SNIP, in Dark Horse Presents #29 and will be releasing ApocalytiGirl this spring. His work was also featured in the NOBROW 8 anthology.
Andrew has built a collective of fantastic artists (including our own Alexis Ziritt and Logan Faerber) called Brand New Nostalgia. BNN’s artists select weekly themes as inspiration for their works. Look for the recently funded kaBOOMbox: Volume 1 anthology featuring BNN artists and OOSA artists alike soon.
You can see more of Andrew’s work on his Deviant Art page. I highly recommend you take a look.