This has been a Jeremyville community service announcement

In these turbulent times, everyone can use a positive message. Graphic Matters, the and Winkelhof ‘t Sas Breda have joined forces to temporarily fill the shopping court with a pop-up exhibition of Jeremyville, until the catering industry is allowed to expand its terraces again.

PHOTEDby Edwin Wiekens

Australian artist Jeremyville started as an illustrator at the Sydney Morning Herald. Now he is considered one of the most influential illustrators in the world. His work has previously been shown at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, La Casa Encendida in Madrid, Colette in Paris, Cappellini in NYC and the 798 Arts District in Beijing.

PHOTEDby Edwin Wiekens

Jeremyville started drawing Community Service Announcements in 2010 as a daily online project. Via social media he challenges you to think about climate, society, personal growth or just positive things.
He is still working on expanding the series every day. Over the years, he posted hundreds of posters online. Always with the aim of creating a short unexpected moment of peace and connection in the turbulent times.

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