Jason LeBlond is a Philly and NYC-based graphic designer, fashion stylist, art curator, creative director and producer. His styling projects have included music videos for a variety of artists and editorials which have been published in magazines such as Rogue, and Ladygunn. His graphics work includes everything from iTunes album artwork to film posters and dvd covers, as well as prints for clothing and merchandise design.
LeBlond is the former Creative Director of Museum Masters International aka MMI, an Art Exhibition and Merchandising company which has represented world renowned names such as Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Tamara de Lempicka and many more.
From 2010 to 2012 Jason was associated with the Christopher Henry Gallery in Nolita, New York City. As both the gallery's Assistant Director and Curator, LeBlond was responsible for acclaimed shows like "T MINUS 20" and "THE END." LeBlond's curatorial projects often feature a wearable art component and have included notable artists such as: Olek, Dev Harlan, Ron English, Maripol, Scooter LaForge, and Kevin Baker.