This week, Tilt Warning Customs has launched an ambitious passion project called BRING BACK THE ARCADE! They want to restore and customize vintage pinball machines with care and perfection. And they want to do it with an artist’s touch. Some of our favorite artists such as Jeremy Fish, Alex Pardee and Sam Flores has signed up to collaborate on these signature game machines to give them new life.
Check out their Kickstarter page and show some love and support this valentines day to see this Installation turned into reality at a gallery called Fifty24SF.
BRING BACK THE ARCADE! KICKSTARTER PAGE
Nothing says SF like seeing a baby wearing a Jeremy Fish t-shirt before they can walk. As the holiday season is in full swing, we know you have friends on your list with a child in their life, and we cover your gift-giving better than any bottle/diaper bag/bib combo. Because we care about every child and baby when they hit the playground or the Kindergarten classroom (and want them to look far superior to the other children), Upper Playground is pleased to announce a new collection of Baby & Kids apparel in our webstore now. Sizing begins at 3-months and goes on up to 6T.
In case you need to see Jeremy again, he just wrapped his show with us @ FIFTY24SF, and now he has work up at Rotofugi in Chicago through November 11, 2012. Go check it.
Since this is the last day to see Fish’s exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery, we thought you should at least get yourself a souvenir. How about this new “Barbary Coast” tee in our webstore? Good pick.
A friendly reminder, Jeremy Fish’s triumphant homecoming exhibition, Where Hearts Get Left, is coming down on Friday, September 14. So that means you have two days left to see it. We think you should.
Something for you to wear, by Jeremy Fish. Go buy it in our webstore.
Jeremy Fish and Jayde Cardinalli just completed these SF neighborhood illustrations for local online/print magazine, The Bold Italic. The series is called “The Pigeons of SF” and you can get them as postcards right here.
Remember to check out Jeremy Fish “Where Hearts Get Left” at FIFTY24SF Gallery.
This Friday, August 3, the Lower Haight neighborhood in San Francisco, home to our flagship store on Fillmore and Haight Streets, will be celebrating the late Summer night with the Lower Haight Art Walk. Perfect timing! Not only do we have Jeremy Fish’s fantastic “Where Hearts Get Left” exhibition at our FIFTY24SF Gallery, but we are going to join in on the Art Walk and have a special 15% off all clothing at Upper Playground from 6—9PM on Friday night, August 3.
Come down to the last authentically SF neighborhood in the Lower Haight on Friday night, and come into FIFTY24SF Gallery for Fish and Upper Playground for a special 3-hour 15% sale.
Some people don’t like to interact with other human beings, so if you don’t like to walk into galleries, Jeremy Fish’s “Where Hearts Get Left” exhibition is now up online to peruse and enjoy. May we suggest a gander?
As you know by now, Jeremy Fish just opened his exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery, with “Where Hearts Get Left” opening on Saturday, July 14. Along with the over 50 drawings, 4 statues, and 6 large-scale paintings in the show, Fish has 5 limited-edition, edition of 100, signed and numbered screen prints available in our webstore now. The prints are City and State, the Super Burrito, The Rock, The Golden Gate, and Where Hearts Get Left.
Above, City and State.
The Golden Gate:
Where Hearts Get Left: