©Andrew Diemer 2023 All Rights Reserved. To Infinity and Beyond.

My name is Andrew Diemer.

I’m a Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and Educator based in New York City. I work as a Senior Designer at Droga5 and spend my free time skateboarding, playing music, watching basketball, and studying martial arts. If you would like to collaborate or just want to say hello, feel free to send me an email.


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2013: The Year Modern Skateboarding Broke

For such a short period of time, 2013 marked a major shift in skateboarding. Jenkem tasked me with illustrating Andrew Murrell’s story about the pivotal year in skate history for their book Jenkem Volume 3. Later, Jenkem and Alex Coles turned the article, and my illustrations into a video essay on the year 2013.

Illustrations: Andrew Diemer
Video: Alex Coles
Words: Andrew Murrell
Art Direction: Anthony Pappalardo
Published by: Jenkem

Electro-Harmonix Small Stone

The Small Stone is one of Electro-Harmonix’ most popular effects pedals. Its redesign aims to honor its place in music history as well as its psychedelic sound. This pedal is featured on some of my favorite records and is a mainstay on the guitar pedal boards of many artists such as Tame Impala, David Gilmour, & Radiohead

Theories Revealed

Inspired by Science-Fiction author L. Ron Hubbard’s work Dianetics, this skateboard graphic recontextualizes the imagery associated with the seminal text in Scientology with perrenial Theories Brand Elements. This was my third capsule collection completed for Theories Brand.

Fine Art & Illustration

I have studied art all my life, most notably at Fleisher Art Memorial and Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. After graduating, I went to Pratt Institute and studied illustration under Andrew DeGraff, briefly working under him as an artists assistant. I also learned lettering and calligraphy from Ken Barber and Christopher Calderhead.

Dial Tone “Chatter”

Dial Tone Wheels approached me to create a collection for their Spring 2022 Catalog. Inspired by Saturday morning cartoons, I created a design that leveraged childlike imagery and primary colors. These wheels and clothing were available at Skateshops across the globe in Spring and Summer of 2022 as well as on the Theories of Atlantis Webstore.