Mixed media artist and sculptor Jeremy Earhart creates ornamentally detailed pieces that appeal to your childhood nostalgia.
We met Jeremy at SXSW 2014, shortly after moving to Austin. Natalie noticed they share the same surname and promptly approached him to be friends. He was extremely helpful and provided us with a wealth of knowledge in our fledgling months of designing the first issue of Almost Real Things!
We’ve had the pleasure of experiencing a few of his intricate sculpture installations in person and they amaze every time. His hand-cut acrylic panels illuminate and glow under blacklight and create visual, almost musical, rhythms. It only makes sense that he is inspired by music and album cover art. He likes the subjectivity of his pieces because it allows each viewer to “filter through their own experiences to generate meaning.”