Louisville illustrator’s French Exhibition coming to an end

October 25, 2016 by  

Jeremy Booth, an illustrator and graphic design artist based in Louisville, Kentucky, is wrapping up his exhibition in France.

The art on display is a series of his known as ‘The Simple Life’, which is art revolving around culture and design from the mid-century and reflects Jeremy Booth’s style, which some would call ‘Vector Noir’.

Booth was interested in art as a child but did not pursue it as a serious endeavor until his 20s when he began experimenting with graphic design. Through his career and his interest in graphic design, he soon discovered digital illustration, which became his new passion and profession. He has worked with a variety of clients, such as Amazon, Samsung, Dave Ramsey, and Digital Ocean.

Aaron Marshall, the founder and CEO of Over, an application that edits photos and adds text to pictures, said of the artist:

“I’m always looking for hunger, humility, and energy. Jeremy Booth has that and he happens to be a talented illustrator too!”

The exhibition will continue until October 29 at the Sergeant Paper store in Paris, France. Those who wish to get a taste of ‘The Simple Life’ series can see it on the Sergeant Paper website, or those who happen to be in France can visit the exhibition for themselves at 38 rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris.