Andrea Kalfas is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, letterer, painter, professor, and synesthete.
She makes lots of interesting documents like convincing autopsy reports, witness statements, clue-ridden oddities, and other curious items as a product designer for Hunt A Killer. She also teaches illustration and hand-lettering at the Maryland Institute College of Art where she earned her BFA in 2008. From 2010 to 2016 she was a senior designer at Spur Design, where she created artwork for numerous magazines and publications and produced web and print materials for various clients. Currently, Andrea is soaking up the charm of Baltimore, MD with her husband, Jimmy Giegerich and their too-many pets.
Clients include: The New Yorker, The New York Times, Google, The Washington Post, CHRLX, Shapiro Walker Design, Krispy Kreme, Nautilus, PlanAdvisor, aiCIO, Anthology Magazine, Union Craft Brewing, Spur Design, Baltimore Theatre Project, Gilah Press & Design, The Food Market, Baltimore Bride Magazine, Scout Books, Baltimore Whiskey Co., Faces Magazine, Muse Magazine, Cicada Magazine, and BUST.
Andrea's work has been lauded by Communication Arts and American Illustration, and featured in The Society of Illustrators Comic & Cartooning Annual, NoBrow 6 "The Double,” NoBrow 8 "Hysteria,” and NoBrow 10 “Studio Dreams.” She has exhibited worldwide in shows including Tarot, Mystics, and the Occult at the Light Grey Art Lab (Minneapolis, MN); The Book Show at Galerie Maghen (Paris, France); Edward Scissorhands 20th Anniversary Tribute at Gallery Nucleus (Los Angeles, CA); and Super Villain at Rotopolpress (Kassel, Germany).