Andrew Myers unique selling point as a sculptor is that he creates large scale portraitures using screws. A meticulous and time consuming process, Myers starts by drilling around 8’000 to 10,000 holes on a plywood panel base. He places pages from a telephone book on the panel then draws out a face and attaches the screws appropriately. Each screw is drilled in at different lengths to create the 3D effect, after the screw heads are painted over, the drawing underneath is deleted.
Born in Braunshweig, Germany and raised in Ciudad Real, Spain Myers was influenced by European life and culture. Myer’s innovative and modern artwork has attracted worldwide acclaim, and these recent works were commissioned for public in the City of Laguna Beach, California. You can check out his work on his website at