Jeremy Charbonneau is a graphic designer and illustrator with a playful, adventurous style that exhibits a youthful energy. Jeremy’s background as a musician influences his collaborative nature and his compassion for his audience.
Daddio Magazine is an open conversation about the shifting paternal role of fathers from protector and provider to that of an equal partner as a caregiver and supporter in the family. I designed Daddio with the idea of a skate magazine and art class in mind. It is energetic and imperfect, just like the Daddios that inspire their children to be themselves no matter what that looks like.
Q app is intended to give LGBTQ teens a resource in a safe, secure and supportive environment through mentors, discussion forums and LGBTQ friendly resources. The overall goal with Q app was to provide support with security and anonymity. We achieved this in multiple ways including the innocuous logo, secure login and non human avatars.
I used custom cut paper letter shapes to illustrate the graphics and wording for this poster. I scanned them into digital images so I could manipulate them while designing the layout. After an exploration into different color palettes, I decided on this final one. It’s reminiscent of Jane and Michael’s nursery; welcoming and wholesome.