In celebration of Jeremy Fish’s ongoing “Road Less Traveled” tour, we’re releasing his interview from “Dithers” to the public. One of SF's finest artists and designers, Jeremy Fish, talks about the impact and influence of skateboarding, designing for The Unbelievers, and how SPB grew out of the hands of a few restless kids to an unexpected global popularity. Jeremy Fish's artwork has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide and has appeared on skate decks, posters, and clothing, including countless Upper Playground collaborations. Watch the interview from "Dithers," free for the first time, on Walrus TV.
About Jeremy Fish:
With a degree in painting and a focus in screenprinting Jeremy's education and work experience has lead to a career as a fine artist, and a commercial illustrator. Finding a balance between exhibiting his work both across the US, and internationally in galleries and museums, while maintaining a presence designing skateboards, t-shirts, vinyl toys, album covers, periodical illustrations, murals, and sneakers. The artwork is mainly about storytelling and communication, told through a library of characters and symbols—with an emphasis on finding a balance with the imagery somewhere between all things cute and creepy. Jeremy has lived and worked in San Francisco for the past 15 years.