Jeremy Stewart is a graphic designer and artist living and working in Toronto. He studied design (BDes) and education (BEd) at York University. Upon graduating, Jeremy began working at internationally acclaimed design firm Bruce Mau Design on projects for MIT and Gagosian Gallery. Since then he’s gone on to work for a range of clients including Saab, Saturn, Bell, and the National Ballet of Canada.
His 2007 textile design created in collaboration with Jeremy Laing was acquired by the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) for their Costume and Textile Collection. It was exhibited by the ROM in 2012.
His artistic collaborations with artists including, Will Munro, Sandy Plotnikoff, and Davida Nemeroff have been featured in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Blackbook, Contemporary, I.D., Azure, and a range of CBC programs.
In 2009 the Globe and Mail called him one of the city’s “most insightful people under 30”.