Jeremy Fish

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Jeremy Fish is a San Francisco-based illustrator and artist.


Fish was born in 1974 in Albany, New York. He lived in upstate New York until he moved to San Francisco in 1994 to attend art school. He received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1996.[1]


In 2006, Nike Skateboarding released a version of the Air Classic shoe with artwork designed by Fish.[2]

Fish has collaborated with Aesop Rock since the latter's move to San Francisco in 2005. In the fall of 2006, the pair created a book entitled The Next Best Thing, which also included a 7-inch picture disk.[3] Fish later created the artwork for Aesop Rock's fifth studio album None Shall Pass, released by Definitive Jux.[4] In 2009, they again teamed up to release Ghosts of the Barbary Coast on Definitive Jux.[5]

In 2008, DRAGO staged Rome-antic Delusions, an exhibition of Fish's paintings, drawings and screen prints. The exhibition was held in Rome, and much of the art was created there as well.[6]

In 2013 he worked on creating a custom pinball machine for a project called "Bring Back The Arcade" with Tilt Warning Customs.[7]


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