Coming Soon: Jeremy Fish Coloring Book at Upper Playground


Jeremy Fish will release a limited edition coloring book exclusively at Upper Playground. The ‘Jeremy Fish Coloring Book’ is a full size classic coloring book, complete with signature artwork from the San Francisco-based artist.

Jeremy is currently showing a new collection of work for his solo exhibition “Anger Management” at Black Book Gallery in Denver. Check out select works from the show below.






“Swimming with Sharks” Print by Jeremy Fish to be Released at Upper Playground

Jeremy Fish will release a limited edition “Swimming with Sharks” Print, Thursday July 9th Noon (PST) at Upper Playgound. The Edition of 100 print is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Jeremy’s new collection of work,”Anger Management”, is currently showing at Black Book Gallery in Denver. The show features new paintings, drawings and screen prints from the San Francisco-based artist.

“Swimming with Sharks” Print by Jeremy Fish
-3-Color Print on 270gsm White Archival Stock
-18″ x 24″
-Edition of 100


July Fourth Release for 40 Days of Summer Premium T-Shirt Collection

With a new design dropping everyday in the ’40 Days of Summer’ Collection, July 4th is a fitting time to release the Modern America Premium T-Shirt.

The Premium T-Shirts are made with 100% Pima Cotton and feature everything from experimental designs to unique camos and optical illusions. Follow our official Instagram @upperplayground and like us on Facebook to keep up with the daily release.

The Modern America Premium T-Shirt is available July 4th at Upper Playground. You can check out the rest of the current collection here.


Upper Playground Releases New ‘Eyes Only’ Snapback Cap in Khaki

Building on a favorite collection, Upper Playground drops a new Eyes Only Snapback Hat in Khaki today. Already complete with a variety of classic T-Shirts, the Eyes Only Collection adds this 5-panel Snapback Cap made with Khaki and Black Cotton Twill.

The Eyes Only Snapback comes complete with Front felt secured with jump stitch, Back flat embroidery, Custom printed crown taping and Inner woven label. Check out the new hat and a few signature Eyes Only T-Shirts from the collection.

All available at





The Deepest Depths of the Burrow: Film Premiere and Q & A with NYCHOS

San Francisco’s Castro Theatre hosted the final US Premiere of ‘The Deepest Depths of the Burrow’ on Wednesday. The film, which follows the experiences of internationally known artist Nychos and his crew Rabbit Eye Movement, was followed by a Q & A portion with the artist and director Christian Fischer.

The Castro Theatre premiere was the final stop on the US Tour of the documentary. Presented by 1XRun, the film previously screened in Atlanta and Los Angeles before coming to San Francisco. “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow” is a first-hand look inside the the lifestyle of a contemporary street artist and features interviews from Shepard Fairey, Smithe, Ron English and a list of established and up-and-coming urban artists.

Nychos and Christian Fischer (Director) answer questions from the crowd, following “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow” Premiere at Castro Theatre.


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San Francisco Artist Sam Flores To Unveil New Mural in Hayes Valley


San Francisco-based artist Sam Flores is on Linden Street working on a new mural for the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association. In collaboration with artist Ronnie Buders, Flores will reveal the wall tomorrow (Thursday, July 2nd) at a special unveiling party between 4:00-5:00pm. The mural and unveiling is on Linden Street (between Gough St. and Octavia St., across from Build Inc offices) and will be followed by drinks at Brass Tacks (488 Hayes St.) at 5:30pm.

The project was coordinated by William Buckley of the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association and supported by Fifty24SF Gallery in association with Upper Playground. Photos and time-lapse by Gareth Gooch Photography.





Artist Collection: NYCHOS x Upper Playground

With NYCHOS in San Francisco for the Premiere of “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow” at Castro Theatre, we take a look at a few Crewnecks and T-Shirts from the artist’s collection at Upper Playground.

The collection features Nychos’ signature masterful dissection of his anatomically disassembled characters. Click on an image for details and check out the full collection at

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With the San Francisco Premiere of  “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow” this Wednesday, July 1st at Castro Theatre, this is your last chance to pick up tickets in store at Upper Playground. The documentary by Christian Fischer follows internationally known artist NYCHOS and members of RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT, giving viewers a first-hand view inside the lifestyle of a contemporary street artist. Presented by 1xRUN, the film is on US Tour, premiering in Los Angeles and Atlanta before Wednesday’s Castro Theatre Premiere.

Tickets are $12.00 in store at Upper Playground, 220 Fillmore Street, San Francisco.

“The Deepest Depths of the Burrow”
Castro Theatre, San Francisco
July 1, 2015 8:00pm


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Opening Reception: Take It Acid Is by Mark McCloud at Fifty24SF Gallery

Mark McCloud’s exhibition “Take It Acid Is” opened Friday, June 26th at Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco. The large crowd viewed a collection of blotter art, with many in town take in take in “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead” in Santa Clara just a day later. The perfectly timed show, featured actual blotter paper from “The Institute of Illegal Images”, the largest private collection of blotter art in the world.

Recognized worldwide as the preeminent collector of LSD art, McCould stated, “This show focuses on the blotter art that I obtained or created through my 50 years of love for The Grateful Dead .”

In addition to a large selection of forensic photographic prints provided by, the Golden Road Gallery was in attendance with an extensive collection of Vanity Blotter for collectors to purchase.

Check out select shots from the opening below. “Take It Acid Is” is currently on view at Fifty24SF Gallery.