obsessed with architecture and design, jeremy booth knows a thing or two about lines and angles, and is even better in capturing those on paper. not surprisingly, the young louisville-based illustrator is making a big splash with his work, and is quickly gaining a global audience along the way. opening today [6pm-9pm] at the sergeant paper store in paris, is booth's first ever exhibition held in the city, and it's entitled the simple life. for the show, the talented artist has made a series of illustrations inspired by american architectural façades and objects of the 1950s, and once again demonstrates his signature skill to playfully combine colour, shade and light. along the way, booth flaunts vintage cult items, testifying his love for the design of that time [on through oct 29]. location: 38 rue quincampoix [marais].