It has been quite some time now I have been observing this young artist, some may describe him as quiet and reserved, I on the other hand would describe him as mysterious. contemplating his work his choice of combination of objects and marriage of colors breaks through the tradition of paint brushes and sculptures. This is a new era, technology has now become an indisputable extension of our lives but to able to use it for artistic purposes, makes it even more essential for continuity of general culture.
His name , Jeff Jeudy, 22 years of age, observant, I had the privilege to get to know him a little better and decided to share him with the rest of the world:
Corhinn: So Jeff what would you call yourself?
Jeff: ”I am graphic designer. You will find me almost every night locked in my world working with my art. No matter neither the needs nor the mood I have on that time. My only need is to create exactly what I have in my mind.”
Corhinn: Interestingly you are modest, but for a multitude you are actually an artist. What would be your inspiration behind your work?
Jeff: “Creating art saves my soul from feeling completely isolated with the rest of the world… I have always been fascinated by dark and weird things… even though … I’m not actually afraid of the dark. I could say that there’s no inspiration, just a necessity. I just have to create. Its part of what I am. My art and I are one. If I was not a designer, I would be performing, writing, whatever, but I need to express myself and tell my stories, otherwise I would be a living dead.”
Corhinn: Do you see yourself monetizing your art?
Jeff: for now I don’t see myself monestising my art but I believe it is incredibly inspiring and beautifull one day I’ll get other people s attention and i will make good money
Corhinn: How far would you like to take it?..
Jeff: I want 2 be able to do something unique that others would like to learn about
A Man of deep thought out words . An innovator… simply put ….an artist. I only wish great blessings upon you and can’t wait to see what you will create next.
For more of his art visit Jeff Jeudy’ page