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Jeremyville is a New York based artist, product designer and author. His art is about simple, thought provoking messages told in an instantly recognisable style.

Jeremyville grew up by the ocean at Bondi Beach in 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. 

He is the co-founder of Studio Jeremyville, with Creative Director Megan Mair, and he has created designs for Converse, Swatch, Urban Outfitters, Kidrobot, Kiehl's, Uniqlo and LeSportsac. Jeremyville and Megan Mair speak regularly at creative conferences around the globe, and they have an upcoming talk at the Apple store in SoHo NYC this year, about the Community Service Announcements project.

Jeremyville draws daily in his sketchbook and shares his Community Service Announcements through his social media, with messages of environmental action, social change, inner growth and positive daily actions.

www.jeremyville.com

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Tidy the Desktop in Your Mind

(2) Comments | Posted May 7, 2014 | 5:47 PM

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Today's Jeremyville Community Service Announcement is about decluttering our mind of the countless random thoughts that enter our head every day. If we file away or simply even trash our non-essential thoughts, worries or things we have no control over, then...

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