by Ariadna Zierold
Check out some of the work by Orlando, Florida based Boy Kong. He is inspired by a mixture of Ukiyo-e, Surrealism, Graffiti and animal folklore.
All images were taken from the artist’s Instagram page.
Upper Playground favorite Jeremy Fish releases his Earthquake Hoodie this week with his signature style and storytelling capacity. Jeremy Fish explains the inspiration behind this art like this:
“According to the California natives, the reason we have earthquakes is because the land is built on the backs of giant turtles. Earthquakes happen when the turtles argue, and their shells grind on each other. Turtle tectonics!” -JF
Classic Fit, 10oz 80/20 Cotton/ Poly Blend Hoodie. Available now in stores and online at www.upperplayground.com
Mexican American artist, El Curiot based in Mexico city creates mythical creatures that arise from his interpretation of folklore and his imagination.
Just released with Upper Playground, a creature of our own was created by Curiot and released as a Tee, available in store and online at www.upperplayground.com