Jeremy Fish iPad 2 Giveaway Contest

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Jeremy Fish has hand drawn on an iPad 2 and Upper Playground is giving it away on their Facebook page in a contest that is running through the end of 2011. Not only do you get an iPad 2 to play with Fish's new Listen and Learn app, but you get probably your first piece of original Fish art.

New Release: Jeremy Fish "Listen and Learn" App

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 19, 2011
Jeremy Fish teamed up with Upper Playground and launched a new interactive app today, based on FIsh's 2011 exhibit, Listen and Learn, of story paintings at Joshua Liner Gallery. The app features 30 audio recordings from Fish's friends and creative contemporaries who inspired all the paintings in the exhibition.

Jeremy Fish "Time Marches On" Print Release

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Jeremy Fish just released a new print, Time Marches On, through Upper Playground. As UP writes, "The theme of the print is about time, and how it waits for no one, and passes us by like a mutherf*cker." That seems about spot-on. The print is 18" x 18," 4-color, printed on French’s 140 lb hot fudge colored paper, and in a closed edition of 100. Signed, numbered, embossed by Mr. Fish.

ToTT x Jeremy Fish “Skin & Bones” Dominos Release Party

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 17, 2011
Tools of the Trade hosts the release party for their ToTT x Jeremy Fish printed gold on glossy black domino set tonight in San Francisco. Head out to Txoko from 8pm to 2am, and maybe you can weasel yourself a free set of Skin and Bones. Or beer. Whatever.

In L.A.: Jeremy Fish & Kenichi Yokono @ Mark Moore Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Rise Of The Underground, a two-person show featuring the artwork of October cover artist Jeremy Fish and Japan's Kenichi Yokono, opened this past weekend at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles. We kicked off our Saturday night with a visit to see the new Fish body of work...

Preview: Jeremy Fish @ Mark Moore Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Jeremy Fish, the cover of our October 2011 issue, will have a new body of work (shown alongside Kenichi Yokono) on display at Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City starting this Saturday, October 29. Mr. Fish sent us a few preview images, along with a message about his beloved van for you all the hear.

ToTT x Jeremy Fish Domino Set

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Tools of the Trade artist-designed toy company has released a Skin and Bones dominos set by the beloved Jeremy Fish. The 28-piece set features the artist's original "Skin and Bones" imagery and is encased in a magnetic locking hinged box in a gold and glossy back colorway.

Juxtapoz October 2011 Issue w/ Jeremy Fish Original Art Scavenger Hunt

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Juxtapoz' October cover artist Jeremy Fish rendered original pieces of art on the inside front cover of 10 copies of this issue as part of ABSOLUT vodka's ABSOLUT Blank Golden Ticket x Juxtapoz campaign. While 3 random subscribers in London received a Golden Ticket, the remaining 7 have been distributed to newsstands within London’s city limits. Can’t afford original art? Let Juxtapoz and Absolut help you.

October 2011 Issue, featuring Jeremy Fish, on Newsstands Now

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Jeremy Fish's special cover for the Juxtapoz October 2011 issue is on newsstands now, featuring a special type created for the title bar. As we mentioned on the site earlier this month, the issue features Jeremy Fish, Mario Wagner, Dabs Myla, Steven Harrington, Sarah Cain, Ed Moses, Brandon Chuesy, and Robert Williams.

Sneak Peek: Jeremy Fish for Juxtapoz October 2011

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Jeremy Fish, who last graced our magazine cover in December 2006, is back with a special cover and type treatment made for Juxtapoz' October 2011 issue. Jeremy's portrait is also a special edition, stopping traffic in one of the busiest intersections in San Francisco so his lounge chair could be rolled to Columbus and Broadway.
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