©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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My Meds Aren’t Working

Inspired by the titular song by Dystopia, My Meds Aren’t Working is a coloring book for misanthropes. Imagery was naturally degraded using a scanner and photocopier, and bound via saddle stitch.

Original edition of 30 zines, handprinted and bound in Brooklyn, NY. Packaged with crayons.

This project was created as a part of the inaugural session of Making and Breaking the Zine, Hosted by Index Space.

The Paint - 01 - Odds & Ends

“A shitposter’s guide to basketball culture.”

‘The Paint’ is a collaborative zine project I started with my good friend and fellow basketball aficionado Nel Sparkman. This zine basically functions as a printed collection of memes that we made dissecting ideas in and around the culture of the game of basketball.

Proceeds benefited the families of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo. R.I.P.


Inspired by lived experiences in Therapy and my personal Mental Health Journey, REASONS TO LIVE - VOLUME 1 is a compilation of messages to my younger self. A zine for troubled minds with troubled thoughts. Proceeds benefit The Trevor Project.

Eligible Bachelor

Eligible Bachelor is a physical attempt to examine the online dating phenomenon in the 21st century; for me it was an honest attempt to find love in a hopeless place, and a great journey of self exploration.

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Phantom Lover

Designed in collaboration with Hernan Ayala and Johnny Fracchiolla, Phantom Lover was created as a means to explore different ideas around privacy, social media, and the increasingly connected world we live in. The views expressed in the zine are meditations on the often complicated and difficult relationships we forge with our phones and the identities we project online. Designed as a stream-of-consciousness expression, this zine follows no linear narrative, instead opting to examine different concepts page by page.