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Andy Rementer leaves the building!

Andy Rementer leaves the building!

After two mostly glorious years, Fabrica heavyweight Andy Rementer leaves us by tomorrow.

andy rementer

What did you do before coming to Fabrica?
Graduated from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Then lived and worked in NYC for a bit. I spent a great deal of time hanging around in coffee shops and dive-bars drawing, and making stickers.

And what is the plan now?
Travel around the states with my Italian girly. Decide whether I want to continue working for someone else, or work for myself (i.e. drawing alone in my bedroom). Work-wise I'd like to continue drawing comics, maybe getting something published would be nice.

Which was the best moment here?
The best moment(s) were when an Italian co-worker had a birthday party here at Fabrica. They would always bring in fabulous meats, prosecco, and dolce for everyone to enjoy. Americans are so far behind with this kind of thing.

Your biggest achievement in Fabrica?
Becoming a Senior Sudent. Haha!

What did you learn in Fabrica?
At Fabrica you are forced into spending a lot of time with other people, as well as meeting new people on a daily basis. That's quite a unique experience. So through this I learned a lot about social interaction. In fact, I've developed a wide array of techniques on starting and ending conversations. Here's a classic example of getting out of a boring conversation: Tilt your head, and say "Hmm, that's interesting." and walk away. Works every time.

Your favorite part about living in Italy?
I love the way old men (i vecchi) dress in Italy. So classic!

I also love how life in Italy revolves around eating. I savored Saturday afternoons in Treviso. Drifting from cafe to cafe in the morning, sipping espresso, drawing in my sketchbook. Then enjoying a long, delicious lunch in my cozy apartment. I'll be jealous of this experience for the rest of my life, I think.

What will happen with Techno Tuesday?
Now that I'm all grown up, I'll no longer be posting on this wonderful blog. Instead I'll be posting directly to www.technotuesday.com.

Any last words for the Fabricanti?
Well, it's all what you make of it here at Fabrica (or anywhere else for that matter). Don't spend your time complaining about your boss. Instead utilize the resources here to your advantage. My personal mantra was always "Use the printer, and send a lot of post." It's free for chrissake!

Thank you Andy specially for posting every Tuesday your comic. Not once missed! Visit Andy's website: www.andyrementer.com.

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ReBlogged by christian etter on Apr 26, 2007 at 03:43 PM Posted by christian etter on Apr 26, 2007 at 03:43 PM


Thanks Andy I really love your work.
And thanks for what u did for ucbtv too :-)

Posted by: fede at 26.04.2007 05:38 PM

You're a national gem with the greatest slacks and sweater vests on Earth! We'll miss you Andy.

Posted by: Matt at 26.04.2007 07:29 PM

Yo! Enjoy your very much deserved holidays!

Posted by: Oriol at 27.04.2007 10:33 AM

fuck yeah get the hell outta there gizza!

Posted by: ajpurdy at 29.04.2007 10:23 PM

dude!!! congrats!!!

Posted by: ann at 30.04.2007 08:33 AM

Hey Rementer,

Good luck with the new lease of life!

Make more stickers i love them! And i hope to eventually see techno tuesday in a book. :)


Posted by: jul at 30.04.2007 08:45 AM

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