Trevor Andrew (Nova Scotia, Canada, b. 1979)
Trevor “Trouble” Andrew, aka Gucci Ghost, is a multi-disciplinary Artist, based in Los Angeles, CA. He is internationally known for his raw street aesthetic and pop art sensibility. Trevor’s recent work explores our relationship with consumer culture, bending the perception of what is “real” and what is luxury.
In 2013, Trevor began tagging the streets of Brooklyn, New York with a personalized vision of the iconic Gucci logo. He transformed everything around him to Gucci by repurposing discarded objects and clothing, extracting the power of the brand identity. This work quickly garnered a substantial online following and led to an invitation from famed Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele in 2016 to partner on designs for the iconic Milan based fashion house. As a result of Trevor’s collaborative work, the collection has become a major global success story that has helped bolster the brand.
Trevor’s fine art and fashion influence is recognized worldwide. His last show at the Milk Gallery in New York City attracted over 10,000 visitors during the month-long exhibition.
In 2018, Trevor was included in the Punch exhibition, curated by Nina Chanel Abney at the gallery Jeffrey Deitch in New-York. He is also part of the 2nd edition of Punch at the gallery Jeffrey Deitch in Los Angeles, currently on view until the 17th August 2019.