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I recently had the pleasure of making ten illustrations for Portland’s Willamette Week, under the superb art direction of Julie Showers. The piece was WW’s semi-annual “Kvetch Fest”, and allowed me to create a variety of fun images. Read the article here.



dog run 1059



Car Dodge2



Captain Pizza Beard 2


Flouride copy



It’s really fun for me to see my illustrations in print. Here’s one that made illustrating a scene from Patrick DeWitt’s new novel Under Majordomominor for Portland’s Willamette Week.

Design Believes © 2015 Andrew Moir Illustration

Here’s a poster I made for Portland Design Week this fall.

Ink, charcoal, and crayon arranged digitally, below are some process pics.

Smoke and mirrors revealed!

Design Believes Process 1 © 2015 Andrew Moir Illustration Design Believes Process 2 © 2015 Andrew Moir IllustrationDesign Believes Process 3 © 2015 Andrew Moir Illustration

Including tea, of course.


Drink some tea! What’s your flavor?

Image (c) 2014 A.Moir


One image in a series about Bamako, the capital of Mali. This piece speaks about old traditions meeting current political situations.

[ink, graphite, gouache, digital]

*All images on this site (c) 2013 Andrew Moir. No reproduction without sole permission of artist.

The Whale

A view from the ocean floor, in ink. Another page from my shipwreck book.

(c)2013 A.Moir

Mass_Transit (C) 2012 AMOIR

Hop on board! Going to town, ca. turn-of-the-century Africa. Make do with what you have, my friends.

[Ink on paper]