“The Andy Warhol Diaries” is a miniseries that reveals the interior life of the 20th century’s most famous artist. I was lucky to be invited by director, Nol Honig, to help sculpt the design of the piece.
Nol had established the first few frames and overall concept, but needed help fleshing out the full sequence. A primary challenge visually referencing Warhol’s oft-imitated style, without mimicking it so closely, as to feel like a cheap knock-off.
Beyond generating design frames, I focused on honing the colors, working in additional texture to add a whiff of screen printing and designing the type for both the credits and the title. Nol and I worked together to select archival that would weave the chronological arch of Warhol’s life across the piece. I felt lucky to have the opportunity to be a part of this tiny, talented team who made this, and was beyond thrilled with how artfully Nol brought the compositions to life.
This piece honored by a Silver Cube at the ADC awards. Read more about the project on Nol’s site→