Creating Meaningful Experiences Through Design

Summit: nyc18

Length: 23:02

Creating layered experiences and building community has always been at the forefront for WeWork. Jeremiah Britton, WeWork’s Creative Director of Art & Graphics, will discuss how his team uses art to shape design and community engagement across WeWork locations, globally. He'll offer insight into WeWork's in-house design team's creative process and how WeWork’s dynamic environments reflect local roots, foster community engagement, and provide a platform that inspires people to do their best work.

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Jeremiah Britton - Creative Director of Art & Graphics, WeWork

Jeremiah Britton is the Creative Director of Art & Graphics at WeWork where he founded and now co-manages WeWork’s in-house environmental art and graphic design team of 30+ based in New York, San Francisco, London, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, and Bengaluru. Ensuring that WeWork locations provide members and guests with a unique and inspiring workspace around the world, Jeremiah and his team work alongside WeWork’s interior design team to curate and create custom art installations and graphic moments. Often working with styles and mediums that include hand-painted murals and neon signage among many others, he works with his team to find new and alternative ways to shape the experience at WeWork as well as collaborating with local artists. Functioning more like art collective than just a department, the team have adopted the moniker Lunch Money to represent their crew.

Based in Brooklyn, Jeremiah has worked with a range of freelance clients such as AOL, Microsoft, McKinney New York for Samsung, DDB New York, Scratch Viacom, Monotype, West Elm, The Salvation Army, and Meetup. His work has been recognized by multiple publications and organizations such as The Art Directors Club and Computer Arts Magazine.