Andrew Yes is an interdisciplinary artist and designer. The Andrew Yes home furniture collection debuted at Barney’s New York 2012.
Andrew’s designs have been featured in Harpers Bazaar, Paper magazine, The Huffington Post, Town & Country Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Luxe Interiors, Refinery 29, Vogue, Pop Sugar and  NBC’s Today Show. Andrew Yes began working at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York at a young age and influenced Andrew’s work in interior design, wearable art, furniture, film designs, and fine art paintings and collage. The Andrew Yes Collection was launched at Barney’s New York and is also available at 4510 Dallas, Blue & Cream, East Hampton and Shop Harpers Bazaar; his wearable art jewelry was launched at John Derian, New York.

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Look Books Cator Sparks Design: Weekend at BOFFO’s By Frank Exposito A playroom turns into a dollhouse. Lasers shoot through dark bedrooms as an office explodes upward like a geometric tree. No, these aren’t the working concepts for a futurist Alice in Wonderland (though surely even Tim Burton would find these walls appealing). Things are slightly askew for the better at the first ever BOFFO Show House, where contemporary boundaries of living are tested and redesigned in four themes staged in four bi-level apartments. The Show House combines innovative furniture, art, lighting, floral arrangements, and even fragrance to create unique interiors across the hall from each other like a dorm floor magnified by proportion and personality. Work, Play (smelling of sweet, unwrapped candy), Nature and Future, though each behind their own door at The Madison Jackson on the Lower East Side, seem to coalesce together in an aesthetic of invention. Sometimes alien with its unfamiliar shadows, yet at others distinctly recognizable in Surrealist-like manifestos, these rooms are anything but usual. Arranged by the eccentric designer, Andrew Yes–with a name that already invites opportunity–notable de