We’re in business to improve lives. 

Since 2018, millions of people from more than 180 countries have seen Andy okay’s art, read our stories about important causes, engaged in the conversations, driving substantial levels of awareness for the organizations talked about. 

Now, for every $2 we make, we give $1 away. This is our commitment— to our customers, to our partners, and to our future.

How It All Started

In the middle of 2020 Andy okay’s founder Andreas got picked up and signed by an exclusive gallery in the US, HNWGallery. Although a dream come true, it also made his art unreachable for a lot of people.

This inspired him to start thinking about a whole new business with giving at it’s core. The idea? Limited edition releases of meaningful art from the world's best artist, giving anyone a chance to own it by paying what they can and then donate profits to charity. 

And with that, Andy okay was born.

Andy Over the Years

Andy’s trailblazing approach to combining art with environmental issues has earned a myriad of accolades.

In 2018, Andy got his biggest collaborations to date when he was approached by WWF to represent them as an elephant ambassador. This creative work led to him being announced a ”World Hero” by the organisation shortly thereafter. 

In 2019, Andy was approached by PETA to create art for raising awareness about speciesism. 

Later that year Andy were chosen as one of three artist worldwide to create art for ”World Creativity Day” by the United Nations. 

Working hand-in-hand with these organizations, Andy could better understand the needs of the communities being served and the power art has to help raise awareness.   

Andy Today

Andy Okay has always stood for a better tomorrow. Three years later and millions of people reached, we’ve come to understand that our globe face new and complex challenges, and we believe it’s our responsibility to do more.

So, we challenged ourselves to redefine a better tomorrow, and here’s what we came up with: 

No matter who you are, and where you live, art has the power to break people out of their own day-to-day and consider helping others in need. It can create a chain reaction of kindness and compassion that continues to grow.

By using this power and linking it to charity, we can approach whole new audience and help raise money in a segment traditional organisations can´t reach. 

To learn more about Andy’s giving model, visit andyokay.com/impact