Jeremy is a French/Australian digital illustrator who takes his artistic cues from his 80s childhood, Japanese culture, Manga, skateboarding, video games, and pop culture.
The things I like most about creating art is exploring and trying shit out, and getting the viewer to discover it bit by bit. My work is like taking a trip through “Bladerunner” if it was set in feudal Japan. My 80s childhood means Manga and Japanese culture, skateboarding, video games and pop culture references all go into my work in varying measures. The result is Geishas done in neon tones, Sexy demon androids, and 80s sunsets.
This band is dedicated to the CyberPunk. They are culturally and socially aware, just like the fiction from which they take their name. They question everything and anyone and decide for themselves what they believe is true. This path to understanding yields different world views and opinions, but diversity is key to a successful population. A cyberpunk knows that the system isn’t in your favor, and the deck is stacked against you. A cyberpunk knows how to hack the system so that it doesn’t matter.
Don’t mess with a Cyberpunk.
What are your favourite tools to create art with?
“I’m a digital artist, so I live on Adobe Photoshop, Procreate, and occasionally Illustrator.”
Work hard sure, but actually really work smart. Work smart means don’t just draw for the sake of drawing. Take your free time to work on the things you’d like to asked to do in your professional career.
What future styles or direction to you want to explore/ take your art?
“Going forward I’d like to get back to basics in terms of skills and really get my draing skills up to where I need them to be in order create the things I want to without faltering. Stylistically, I’m not sure where things will go for me. I’m pretty happy sticking to 80s cybergeishas for now, but who knows what happens to my work in the future of this universe.“