Meet Jeremyville

About Jeremyville

Originally from Sydney, Australia, the multi-hyphenate artist is currently based in NYC where he and Creative Director, Megan Mair, run Studio Jeremyville. One of the Studio’s most known creative projects is their world-renowned series of over 4000 artworks, ‘Community Service Announcements’ (you can take a look at the series’ Instagram account, @jeremyvillecsa). 

With his unique visual language and thought-provoking messages, Jeremyville’s art has captured hearts around the globe. With his collections in prestigious museums and art institutions like the Brooklyn Museum and the Andy Warhol Museum (to name a few), or featured in publications like The New York Times and Wallpaper, the popularity of his works is proof that positivity and originality go far. As if that weren’t enough, he was profiled in Taschen's Top 100 Artists in the World. Needless to say, we are beyond thrilled to launch our Jeremyville x Jimmy Lion Collection

Designed with love, we hope that each pair helps usher Jeremyville’s message of positivity and reflection into the day-to-day.

A Chat with Jeremyville

1. Coffee or Tea?

Oat Latte Coffee.

2. Morning Person or Night Owl?

Night Owl.

3. The smell of: new markers or the pages of a new notebook?

Pages of a notebook.

4. You’re creating a time capsule for folks 200 years from now, which comic from ‘Community Service Announcements’ would you include?

The future is now.

5. What’s your go-to playlist/artist when you want to get the creative juices flowing?

Nick Drake.

6. Favorite thing about NYC?

The street culture and art, always something or someone new to discover & be inspired by.

7. Where do you find inspiration?

Travels, drawing in my sketchbook, listening to music.

8. What’s your message for aspiring artists and creatives out there?

Draw/create daily by the end of the year you have 365 artworks.

9. Which are your favorite designs from this collaboration and why?

Love them all; my favorite is the Jethro Heart (our brand mascot).

10. What’s the best thing about seeing your creations out in the world? (In this case, on people’s feet!)

Meeting people & hearing their stories about how the art has had a positive impact on their worlds.

Thanks socks much for reading!

Partnership done in collaboration with @Artestar, a global licensing agency and creative consultancy representing high-profile artists, photographers, designers, and creatives.
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