New York based artist Jeremyville whose signature style has appeared throughout the world in advertising, apparel, artworks, prints, calendars, books and art toys. His art is about simple, thought provoking messages told in an instantly recognizable and unique style. Jeremyville grew up Sydney Australia, and started his art career drawing at the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, while completing his Architecture Degree from Sydney University, and editing the student newspaper Honi Soit. It was amidst this eduction in print at the age of 19, that he first discovered the power of simple writing, and the impact that an iconic image can have in helping to change the world.
Jeremyville has exhibited around the world with shows at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, La Casa Encendida Museum in Madrid, the Madre Museum in Napoli, Colette in Paris, Cappellini in NYC, the 798 Arts District in Beijing, and is in many private collections around the world. Recently, Steven Heller, Editor at the New York Times, featured Jeremyville in the 100 Best Illustrators in the World, published by Taschen.
You probably recognize his amazing work with many Kidrobot Dunnys and in his collaborations Converse, Swatch, Urban Outfitters, Kidrobot, Kiehl's, Uniqlo and LeSportsac. He self produced his first mass 3D inflatable designer toy in 1995, and wrote the first book in the world on designer toys called ‘Vinyl Will Kill’, in 2003. He has also written and produced his 2nd book ‘Jeremyville Sessions’, (published by IdN).