The Hajime Sorayama print show opened at Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco on Saturday, April 4th. The exhibition runs from April 4th-26th, and features works from the renowned Japanese artist for the first time in San Francisco. A selected collection of his new and old prints are available at Fifty24SF in Lower Haight and online at upperplayground.com.
For more information about the artist and available prints please contact gallery@fifty24SF.com.
‘A Light in the Darkness’ by Sam Flores at Fifty24SF Gallery comes to a close this Saturday March 7th during the Lower Haight Art Walk. The gallery will host a special closing night party with the artist in attendance from 5:00-9:00PM. This will be the last chance for those in SF to view Flores’ latest work.
As Upper Playground celebrates its 15th anniversary, our radical neighbors DLX Skate Shop celebrates 20 years here in San Francisco. These two stores deserve a pat on the back for continuing to serve radness to its loyal customers, fans, and neighbors all these years. To help celebrate our anniversaries, both brands combined forces to create the Upper Playground x DLX “Walrus Cruiser” skateboard. Designed with love by a long time friend of both shops, artist Jeremy Fish. What could be more fun than shredding a little walrus around town while celebrating two legendary local retail establishments?
MADE IN AMERICA, limited edition of 75
Custom Jeremy Fish 7.75″ cruiser deck
DLX custom Jeremy Fish 56mm wheels
Spitfire Cheapshot bearings
Last month, NYCHOS opened his first solo show on the west coast: STREET ANATOMY at Fifty24SF Gallery. The San Francisco show garnered an enthusiastic crowd of supporters and fans who are amped by the Rabbit Eye Movement and the Lords Crew. If you missed the opening, the show goes on until June 15th. Visit www.fifty24sf.com for more information and make an appointment to check out new works by the world renown master muralist.
Austrian street artist, NYCHOS of the Rabbit Eye Movement takes a break from his preparation for his solo show STREET ANATOMY at Fifty24SF Gallery later this month to whip up his first mural since being back in San Francisco. Made possible by the good folks of @Wallspace x Montana Cans and our Fifty24SF Gallery, the mural is currently in progress on Haight and Ashbury close to our Upper Playground shop on Fillmore. More photos to come:
Upper Playground and Jeremy Fish is proud to release today the limited edition, lasered art panels titled, Calitechnifornia. They will be released in store at our Fillmore shop between 1-3pm today with the artist in attendance. The panels will also be available online at www.upperplayground.com beginning at 1PM PST.
Jeremy Fish and supporters gathered Friday the 13th for the Silly Pink Bunny Statue Funeral held at the corner of Haight and Laguna in Lower Haight, San Francico. The bitter sweet ceremony with speeches and songs were held to pay tribute to the original bunny statue and to also celebrate the coming of a new bronze statue that will take its place very soon.
Check out photos from the event:
After 3 years of enduring San Francisco weather conditions, the famed bunny sculpture of Jeremy Fish in Lower Haight just got an upgrade. With a fresh coat of paint, a sail boat and an eye patch on, the new one eyed pirate will continue his watch on the neighborhood with his good eye.
BEFORE the update:
Additional photos from Haighteration