This Friday 12/2/22 I will be hosting a book signing event for my newest book “Forever Ever After” here at The Fish Tank Gallery. The first 50 books sold will receive a free 8″ x 10″ screen print. I will have 25 original drawings on display, and 12 new screen prints in the vending machine. Please stop by and celebrate with us. Hope to see you there !

1331 Grant Avenue in historic North Beach, San Francisco, California 5-9pm

This book is available now online from my friends at Paragon Books:

“Forever Ever After” is my 7th book, and is easily my favorite body of work so far in my career. This book contains all of the artwork I have created since my brain surgery in 2015. The introduction was written by my main man Aesop Rock and the forward by San Francisco Mayor London Breed

Mayor London Breed: “People like Jeremy Fish are why San Francisco is such a great city. When you talk about creativity and advocacy, he embodies the imagination and originality that spark it. He draws artists together. He draws communities together. His art instills pride and joy in everyone who experiences it. This is why it is so important he is moving forward with this book Forever Ever After.  In it, he shares the work of an artist in transition, living through personal challenges and the kinds of civic and global challenges that come around once in a generation.  And through it all, in true Jeremy Fish fashion, he’s created works of art now iconic to San Francisco, works made specifically to strengthen this City and reinforce the resiliency that allows creative hearts and minds to thrive. I know his art will inspire future generations of artists and continue to represent the best of San Francisco.”

About Mr. Jeremy Fish

Jeremy Dan Fish was born in Albany, New York in 1974 and relocated to San Francisco in 1994. Finding a balance between exhibiting his work across the US, and internationally in galleries and museums. While producing commercial illustration projects for a wide range of corporate and independent clients all around the world. Fish was the first ever San Francisco Arts Commission artist in residency at SF City Hall in 2015 to celebrate the 100th birthday of the building. He was also the artist in residency at Coit Tower in San Francisco in the summer of 2017. Mr Fish created the Haight Street Bronze Bunny statue in 2016, and is the largest crowd funded public bronze statue in California. In 2015 Mayor Ed Lee officially declared that November 19th is "Jeremy Fish Day" in the city of San Francisco.
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