Andre Andreev (BFA in Graphic Design, 2005) grew up in Bulgaria, where he watched his dad practice traditional graphic design. After witnessing the life of a designer, Andre decided to become one as well.
He migrated to the United States and graduated with honors from CCA. After working for odopod, a design studio in San Francisco, he landed in New York at MTV doing motion graphics and directing.
Andre teaches graphic design and typography at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and are partners in the design firm dress code with fellow Graphic Design alum G. Dan Covert (BFA 2004). Their client list includes Adobe Systems, Nike, Fila, CMT (Country Music Television), XLarge Clothing, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, Definitive Jux Records, New York Collective for the Arts, DDB, Destroy Clothing, Threadless T-shirts, Empire State, Revelation Records, Southern Exposure, and West of January Records, to name just a few.
Together they won the Adobe Design Achievement Award for print in 2004, and their work is in the permanent collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics in Los Angeles.
Andre and Dan have been recognized by AIGA, Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, Communication Arts, CMYK, Graphis, HOW, I.D., Metropolis, PRINT, and Step Inside Design, among others.
Their firm was recently featured in Step Inside Design's "Field Guide to Emerging Design Talent," and Andre and Dan were winners in the Young Guns 5 competition of the Art Directors Club.