Born in 1987, Jérémy Miklitarian lives and works in Paris. In 2011, he graduated from Parsons New School of Design in NY, USA.
After a stint in Germany working at ic! Berlin, he returned to Paris and set up his namesake eyewear brand.
His sunglasses « Saintonge » won the 2012 Silmo d’Or price.
In 2013, he established is own design studio TARIAN l’Atelier in Paris.
The Parisian designer approaches eyewear with creative artistry and a wicked sense as evidenced by his signature AD campaigns.
Jérémy loves playing with colors on his acetates. All glasses are produced in EDITIONS OF 500 pcs.
This passion for colors inspired him to create a range of one of a kind ceramics. His latest project is conducting Master classes in eyewear at HEAD (Geneva University of Art and Design/Switzerland).
TARIAN is about classical organic materials, such as acetate or stoneware, and artisanal manufacture.
In his studio located at the heart of the upper Marais district, in what used to be stables, Jérémy Tarian endlessly plays and experiments with colors… combining acetate shavings for his eyewear designs, mixing colorful clays for his “Terres Brûlées” ceramics.
Eyewear designs are produced in the Jura Mountains, France.
The ceramics are hand-made in Paris, France.
Jérémy is working at the confluence of these two worlds.
His latest ad campaign ‘Mask’ bears witness to this.