Illustrator Andy Rementer lends his perspective on the unwavering marriage between man and machine
Look around you as you glare into your computer screen for the (insert large number)th consecutive day. If you’re anything like me, our somewhat troubling relationship with technology grows stronger by the day. It all happened so fast. Regardless, it seems as though, with each passing day, our dependency upon our phones and computers brings us farther from self-reliance, making our gizmos and gadgets more of a necessity than an accessory.
Luckily, there are those with skills that feel the same. Offering his clever perspective on this ever-evolving partnership, renaissance creative Andy Rementer has garnered global acclaim for his vibrant imagery. Penning colorful illustrations for global publications such as the New York Times and The New Yorker, while also collaborating with boutique mainstays like ONLY NY and Apartamento Magazine, it seems as though Rementer has managed to create his own distinguished aesthetic unto himself. While his personal site features much of his recent work, today we’d like to share with you Andy’s self made comic series, aptly titled Techo Tuesday. Combining Andy’s beloved illustrations with shrewd comic commentary on the role technology plays in our lives, Techno Tuesdays is a strip accessible to anyone living in the digital age.