This week, Upper Playground is proud to release a unique collectible postcard bookby Jeremy Fish. The SF Sightseeing Tour Postcard Book comes with 8 collectible postcards with vintage photographs of San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks adorned with Jeremy Fish illustrations. Featured landmark designs include Trans AM Phoenix, Cable Car Cyclops and Golden Tusk Bridge also available as T-Shirts. Now available in store and online exclusively at Upper Playground.
Show us your best coloring skills and receive a signed copy of Jeremy Fish‘s new coloring book with Pigma Brush Pens and Gelly Roll Pen Set from Sakura of America. The Contest ends Sunday, August 2nd.
To participate show us your best colored pages from Jeremy Fish’s new coloring book by sharing on your own Instagram account or Facebook timeline and tag #ItsBetterInColorMrFish. Be sure to also tag us: @mrjeremyfish, @upperplayground and @sakuraofamerica so we can see your entry.
**If you don’t yet own ‘The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book” you can enter the contest by showing us your coloring skills on your own work and explain why you would really like to own a Jeremy Fish Coloring book. Same Tagging and Posting rules above apply so we can see your entry!
Upper Playground will release the Bumble Beer Glass Can by Jeremy Fish this Monday, July 20th. The unique beer can shaped glass is the latest in the Bumble Beer collection, with the signature Fish design currently featured on T-Shirts and Sweatshirts. Jeremy also included Bumble Beer in ‘The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book’, a Paperback coloring book with 48 pages of line drawings by the artist.
The Bumble Beer Glass Can by Jeremy Fish will be available July 20th at Noon (PST)
‘The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book’ is now available exclusively in store and online at Upper Playground. The Paperback Coloring Book (9″x 12″) features 48 pages of line drawings by Fish, including UP favorites “Elephant Jams” and “Bumble Beer”.
The coloring book is perfect for children of all ages and releases just in time for the flourishing adult coloring book craze. Check out select pages from “The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book” below.
‘The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book’
-9″ x 12″ Paperback Coloring Book
-Artwork & Design by Jeremy Fish
-Published by Upper Playground 2015
“The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book” is set to release exclusively at Upper Playground on Monday, July 13th at Noon (PST). The highly anticipated coloring book, perfect for children and adults, features artwork by the San Francisco-based artist in a classic coloring book collection.
Add “The Jeremy Fish Coloring Book” to a list of exciting projects the artist currently has going on. In addition to a solo exhibition “Anger Management” on view at Black Book Gallery in Denver, Fish has just become the first official Artist-in-Residence at San Francisco City Hall. The North Beach resident will work from the Ground Floor of City Hall, creating 100 artworks about San Francisco for “O Glorious City”, an exhibition opening in November celebrating the 100th Birthday of historic City Hall.
Jeremy Fish will help San Francisco celebrate the 100th Birthday of City Hall by creating 100 artworks as City Hall’s first official Artist-in-Residence. The internationally renowned artist will present the large collection of drawings and photographs about San Francisco at a solo exhibition titled “O Glorious City”. Curated by the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC), the show will start in November on the Ground Floor of San Francisco City Hall.
A North Beach resident who has lived in San Francisco for over 20 years, Fish begins his residency at City Hall today (July 8th, 2015). All 100 works will center on San Francisco, with many relating specifically to the 100 year-old City Hall.
The SFAC Galleries Director, Meg Shiffler, explains why Jeremy Fish is the ideal artist for this project, “For this exhibition, we wanted to bridge the building’s past and present. His intense civic pride and exuberant, youthful style reflect the vibrancy of our ever-evolving city.”
As part of the residency, Fish will take in the daily activity of City Hall, attend public meetings and spend time with the City Hall historian. A publicly accessible mailbox is available in Room 008 in the Office of Building Management on the Ground Floor of City Hall. Jeremy welcomes suggestions be left there and invites visitors to stop by if they are passing through.
“As San Francisco City Hall celebrates its centenary birthday I want to document 100 things all San Franciscans should love about their city. I love City Hall and feel it is often overlooked as a local architectural treasure.” – Jeremy Fish
O Glorious City
A solo exhibition celebrating SF City Hall’s 100th birthday by Jeremy Fish
Exhibition Dates: November 4, 2015 – February 12, 2016
San Francisco City Hall: Ground Floor + North Light Court