Jeremy Fish thinks thinks a Turtle Burger is on par with some of the world’s greatest combinations, “like a peanut butter and jelly sando for example,” and we would have to agree. A little bit of his wife’s genius Halloween costume combined with a drawing from years past inspired the design of this epic piece brought to you by Grassroots California.
FIFTY24SF in association with Upper Playground and the San Francisco Arts Commission are proud to present “O Glorious City.” Now open to the public on the Ground Floor of San Francisco’s City Hall, the exhibition features 100 newly commissioned works of art by Jeremy Fish. “O Glorious City” features both drawings and photographs about San Francisco, with many relating specifically to historic City Hall. As part of his process to create this exceptionally large body of work, Fish assumed the role of the first official Artist in Residence at City Hall with gusto. The show’s title, “O Glorious City”, comes from a text written by former Mayor Edward Robeson Taylor inscribed in the rotunda of City Hall: “San Francisco, O glorious city of our hearts that has been tried and not found wanting, go thou with like spirit to make the future thine.”
O Glorious City
A solo exhibition celebrating SF City Hall’s 100th birthday
Exhibition Dates: November 4, 2015 – March 25, 2016
Free and open to the public.
Upper Playground and Jeremy Fish are happy to have released and restocked a handful of our favorite designs on a variety of products. Enjoy new hoodies, crewnecks, women’s pullovers and throw pillows for Bunny Biker, California, Fog Legend and Illrabbit.
This week, Upper Playground is proud to release a unique collectible postcard book by 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.