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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Home Accents Today Andrew Yes

There’s always something exciting going on in the design world, and right now is no exception. Both recent and upcoming events showcase the creative continuum of design – that of the past and of the future. Pierre Frey is mounting an exhibition in its Paris showroom, featuring the work of illustrator and stage designer Jean-Denis Malcles. Beginning in 1941, Pierre Frey bought 20 of Malcles’s colorful and fantasy-filled drawings, which he then used to transform the concept of upholstery at Maison Pierre Frey. The exhibition, which runs from Sept. 7 to Dec. 15, marks the centenary of Malcles’s birth in 1912. Characterized by an innate sense of color, illusion and enchantment, the designs are as fresh, modern and relevant today as when they were first introduced. The first BOFFO Show House took place recently in New York, an avant-garde environment exhibiting works from Jenny Holzer, Stark Carpet, Cappellini, Patricia Urquiola, Jamie Hayon, Poltrona Frau and Eduardo Garza, among others. Curated by Andrew Yes, the show house featured four unique spaces specialized for the themes of Work, Play, Nature and Future