Andy Jenkins has been commissioned by several influential brands to create unique product and marketing campaigns featuring his artwork. From footwear and murals to animations and apparel. A partial list includes; Nike, Oakley, Stussy, Sonos, Beats, Fuel TV, Burton Snowboards, Product (RED), Lakai Footwear, Turbokolor (Poland), Beams-T (Japan), Joe King (Brazil).
OAKLEY + ERIC KOSTON + ANDY JENKINS
"Two creators, two paths, intertwined. Eric Koston, the skate icon; Andy Jenkins, the renowned artist. Over the course of 20 years of collaboration, the two have managed to leave an ever-lasting impact on one another, a sport and a culture. The mural at The Berrics is both an illustration of how they live out their obsessions and their mutually inspirational relationship."
Learn more about the "Not To Scale" project at Oakley.
PRODUCT (RED) + GIRL SKATEBOARDS + ANDY JENKINS
Jenkins has been the featured artist for five different Product (RED) + Girl Skateboard campaigns.
"Girl Skateboards has partnered with (RED) and Andy to co-brand a skateboard deck, two times a year, the proceeds of which go directly to the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa. (RED) has made a huge foot print on the continent, reducing the number of children born with HIV as well as helping people that are living with it, stay healthy."
FUEL TV + ANDY JENKINS
Artist profile interstitial for Fuel TV. Animation was a collaboration with Brand New School. The project was accompanied with print advertising and various other components, including a skateboard graphics and t-shirt collection.
"Andy's work for Girl and Chocolate Skateboards enjoys legendary status in the skateboarding scene. We were very proud to be the first collaborators to put his art into motion. The piece is pretty much a journey through Andy's mind; starting out in a little box inhabited by some of his creatures, and then flying over and through his collages, only to end with one of his signature scribbles. Not only does the piece exclusively feature Andy's artwork, he also scored the animation with a beautiful piece by his solo music project, One-Cylinder."
NIKE / "FREESTYLIN' GENERATION F"
The book project "Freestylin'; Generation F", was published by Nike in conjunction with the 2008 Beijing Olympic introduction of BMX racing. The publication features the entire history of the seminal BMX magazine, Freestylin', through archival photos, graphics and current interviews with some of the sport's legends. The book was created by the original magazine staffers, Jenkins, Mark Lewman and Spike Jonze, all three of whom started their professional careers at Freestylin'.
LAKAI FOOTWEAR ECHELON SERIES
The Lakai Footwear Echelon line features a collaboration with an artist once a year. In 2015, Jenkins designed three different shoe models for the project and painted a custom mural at The Banks, a skateboarding & street style boutique in Los Angeles.
"Lakai is proud to partner with Andy Jenkins for our premiere Fall 2015 Echelon Collection. The Andy Jenkins pack consists of 3 Lakai Footwear styles; the MJ in Dark Shadow Canvas, Camby in Port Canvas, and the Camby Mid in Black Canvas."
JOE KING + ANDY JENKINS
Custom painted, limited-edition motorcycle helmets for Joe King artisanal motorcycle helmets, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Part of a brand partnership with Girl Skateboard's 20th anniversary celebration.
BONFIRE + ANDY JENKINS
Jenkins has worked with Bonfire Outerwear as a featured artist/designer on several occasions creating everything from jacket designs and trim treatments to fabric patterns and logo treatments.
NIKE SB + PAUL RODRIGUEZ + ANDY JENKINS
Featured shoe design for the release of the Nike SB pro, Paul Rodriguez's model. The shoe was a limited edition and is now a coveted collector's item with pairs selling for as high as $1,000.
NINGYOUSHI + WRENCH PILOT
In 2007, San Francisco based, Upper Playground, approached Jenkins about creating a limited edition vinyl figure with toy makers, Ningyoushi of Japan. Jenkins created a figure of Lettus Bee, the hero of his Wrench Pilot comics, in a "slamming scorpion" pose.