Song Shape Map, 2018
Risograph, 7”vinyl record, paper
Song Shape Map is a 7” vinyl record with 2 tracks accompanied by a graphic score/visual interpretation printed on risograph.
Can Music, 2019
Custom designed beer label for Marz Brewing
Can Music is a beer label designed as a graphic score for 4-performers to play the cans as percussive instruments.
A Piano Cannot Play A Sine Wave, 2018
Player Piano scroll
A Piano Cannot Play A Sine Wave is a graphic score commissioned and composed for Pianographs at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The piece approaches the piano composition by composing the scroll visually, as a word/image poem, rather than aurally as an audio composition.
Lumpen Magazine 137, 2020
Ink on Paper
Lumpen Magazine 137: Artist Run Chicago 2.0 is a collection of artist responses and works created in conjunction with the exhibition Artist Run Chicago 2.0 at the Hyde Park Art Center. It was designed by Jeremiah Chiu in collaboration with recent Otis MFA grad Itsayana Campa.
Dublab 19th Anniversary Campaign, 2019
Billboard & Design Campaign, Los Angeles
Dublab 19th Anniversary Campaign is a design campaign done for Dublab, Los Angeles’ long-running internet radio station and community.
Ou(te)r Space: Course as Collective Manifesto, 2020
Ink on Paper
Ou(te)r Space: Course as Collective Manifesto is a collaborative book designed and created during the 2020 Summer of Art Graphic Design course. The book compiles the work of 21 highschool students.
Master of Fine Arts, Graphic Design, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois
Bachelor or Fine Arts, Art & Design, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois (2004)
Jeremiah Chiu is Los Angeles-based artist, graphic designer, musician, educator, and community organizer. From 2008-16 he served as co-founder and principal of Plural, an award-winning and internationally recognized design studio based in Chicago. In addition to Plural, he has worked with Project Projects, IN-FO.CO, and was the Sr. Art Director at Compass.
Jeremiah’s current practice, Some All None, works at the intersection of art, music, technology, and publishing. The studio is focused on activating graphic design beyond a “traditional” commercial practice, working equally to re-imagine its role in a capital society and to implement itself as a tool for community organization, social activation, and experimental expression. In addition to Some All None, Jeremiah is a full-time Assistant Professor at Otis College of Art & Design, faculty member at Art Center College of Design, and a resident DJ at Dublab. Jeremiah’s work has been exhibited/performed at The Getty Center, LACMA, Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, amongst others.
- 2020, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers
- 2019, Åland Islands Department of Culture, Performance Grant
- 2017, Society of Typographic Arts STA100
- 2016, Society of Typographic Arts STA100, Judges choice
Selected Professional Accomplishments/Exhibitions
- 2020, Zebulon, March Residency
- 2019, AIGA Louisville Design Week, Keynote Lecture/Performance
Cal State Long Beach (CSULB), Visiting Artist Lecture
Washington University, Visiting Artist Lecture
Compass, Visiting Artist Series, Workshop
LACMA, Muse Til Midnight Series, Performance
DePaul University, Visiting Artist Series, Workshop
DePaul University, Experimental Alphabets Workshop
- 2018, The Getty Center, Pianographs Group Exhibition
Marz Gallery, Song Poems, Solo Exhibition
Co-prosperity Sphere, Typeforce 9, Group Exhibition
Art Center College of Design, Experimental Alphabets Workshop
- 2017, Getty Center Plaza, Friday Flights, Group Performance
Performing in Molly Surno’s We of Me
- 2016, Getty Center Theatre, Performance
Human Resources LA, Performance
2019-current, Lecturer / Otis College of Art and Design, Typography I & II, Communication Studio I & II
2019-current, Lecturer / Art Center College of Design, Information Design
2016-current, Principal / Owner at Some All None, Selected clients include: Google, Glendale Arts, Logan Center, Logan Center Exhibitions, MOCA Los Angeles, Marz Brewing, University of Chicago, The Renaissance Society
2017-2019, Sr. Design Lead / Inventory Form & Content (IN-FO.CO) & Project Projects, Selected clients include: Dropbox, Venice Architecture Biennale, University of Chicago, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Marciano Art Foundation
2016-2017, Sr. Art Director / Compass, Responsibilities include: Hiring and management of West Coast design team, (15-20 designers across 6 cities), design direction of national advertising program, redesign of company-wide brand guidelines, development of strategic growth plan