Our collaboration

Jeremyville is an artist, product designer, and author whose work focuses on concise, thought-provoking messages delivered through a compelling graphic style. He grew up in Australia and began his career drawing for the Sydney Morning Herald—where, at the age of 19, he discovered the power of combining simple messages with iconic images.

His work has been exhibited at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, La Casa Encendida Museum in Madrid, the Madre Museum in Naples, Colette in Paris, Cappellini in NYC, the 798 Arts District in Beijing, and is part of many private collections around the world. Recently, the New York Times featured Jeremyville in its “100 Best Illustrators in the World.”

The Skateroom’s collaboration with Jeremyville & Friends is our first series dedicated to graphics and illustration – fields that have consistently inspired skate and DIY culture.

The titles of the 4 skateboards—Yesterday, Today, Forever and Eternity—represent the four stages of our lives: struggle, resolution, growth and epiphany. The overarching concept concerns itself with the answers that can come from positive action, discipline, vision, and endurance.

The Jeremyville & Friends collaboration brings together Jeremyville, Jean Jullien, and Steven Harrington. In addition to contributing $15,000 to fund Make Life Skate Life’s Suli Skatepark in Iraq, the artists also created and donated 350 coloring books to Skateistan’s “Skate and Create” program, in which students in Afghanistan, Cambodia, and South Africa explore human rights, cultural studies, and the environment through art.

Jeremyville collaboration - The Skateroom Editions

Supported Social Project

Building a skatepark for the Iraqi community

Project by Make Life Skate Life

Sulaymaniyah, Iraq

Skatepark in Iraq make life skate