“Andrew Haines is…
A production obsessed, sleep enemy from southern New Jersey. A constantly evolving creative mind working overtime to help improve the aesthetic of the design world, he is armed with an arsenal of traditional, digital and people skills, the approach and execution of projects are hit full speed with the highest levels of expectation for any client’s satisfaction. Over a short yet exciting career, he has created t-shirt, poster, identity, typography, editorial, album art and even including fishing lures. There isn’t any project that is too involved or too challenging to this ever-evolving creative mind, which strives to deliver something that will go beyond expected each and every time he is called upon.”
"I had this idea in my head for a little while which quickly became one of my favorite projects. I used a slightly different technique during the stippling process that used a little more hard lighting than usually. The color palate was meant to reflect the stereotypical 80’s Miami style to stand out with the darker subject matter."
"I really enjoyed drawing flower pieces in the past and was looking through old flower seed package covers when I found one that I really liked compositionally. I decided to use that inspiration and went from there."
"This piece is the result of a random sketch that I decided to run with. I was practicing some animal skulls and this particular one just kept being added to."
"This one is loosely based off of Hindu myths and legends. I was researching some of the human animal hybrids and found the multiple arm elements all something that I wanted to combine and I’m really happy with the result."
"The ever talented Sleepspeak and myself collaborated on this piece recently. I drew the right side (summer) while he drew the left side (winter.) Neither of us showed the other any progress until the end and they came together perfectly!”
"Straw Castle started out as small independent clothing line, which lead into something I could have never imagined. A year or so into my clothing line release, I started getting emails from a wide range of clothing lines and merch groups that had seen my designs and loved what I was doing… What had started out as a small little t-shirt endeavor turned into a blossoming freelance design business. ” — Derrick Castle
The Death of Rasputin
Honor Me in Death