London-based Jeremy Jones started drawing from a young age, copying the characters from Beano and other comics, as well as cartoons from shows such as The Simpsons. This creative interest developed further toward graffiti and lowbrow art which was driven by his newly discovered passion for skateboarding around age 10.
To this day, Jeremy is equally dedicated to his art as his skateboarding, with one feeding into the other.
Places like South Bank in London that provided legal spaces for graffiti and spray paint art gave Jeremy the opportunity to practice freely and hone his skills in both of his outlets; spray painting and skateboarding. He has experimented with and practiced a variety of painting techniques over the years, shaping his current style which often includes a mixture of ‘Wildstyle’ graffiti shapes, bold cartoony lines and pop culture references.
his spray painting and stencil cutting workshops at an art gallery in West London.
Jeremy has worked on graphics for renowned skateboarding brands such as Vans, Spitfire and Slam City Skates. His work has been exhibited in galleries in London and Bristol and he currently holds spray painting and stencil cutting workshops at an art gallery in West London.