After studying graphic design at northern France design school ESAD Amiens, Jérémy Glâtre began his career at L’Atelier de création graphique in Paris. Jérémy also spent some time in Parisian suburb Saint-Ouen at Mains d’Œuvres, where he did a residency with Pierre Martin Vielcazat and Cedric Pierre under the moniker Stalles, before setting up his own studio.
Jérémy’s graphic design work is defined by its unflinchingly direct approach. “Exchange and collaboration are two key words of my work, whether it is with self-initiated project or commissioned project,” Jérémy tells us. “With a sensitive, rigorous and typographic approach, I am focused on coherence between shape and contents.”
Since 2015, Jérémy has been running publishing house Iodine with Éléonore Pano-Zavaroni and Pascale Riou. “We are editing a conversations magazine – seven issues for the moment – about life and work economy that we each create for ourselves, about the tools we use to create our freedom,” Jérémy says. “All of the issues of Idoine create a kind of ‘thinking community’, continually expanding with each new issue. In other words, a group of friends to think with.”
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