New Staf Screenprint Cover made by the San Francisco artist Jeremy Fish.
Jeremy Fish lives and works in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood. His artwork deals with the relationship of all things cute and creepy, and the balance between the two. The work tends to be narrative stories designed with a library of symbols and characters. In the last few years Fish has exhibited his work in Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan, Poland, Hungry, Denmark, Canada, Holland, Austria, Slovakia, Italy, and all over the United States.
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, viynl 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.
Since 1997, Staf Magazine invites in every number / month an artist that we like to carry out the final art of our cover. Seldon Hunt, Derek Hess, Thomas Campbell, Adrian White, Zoo York, Friends With You, Ed Repka, Elf, Chad Eaton, Geoff Mcfetridge, among many others. When we started to do the magazine online we wanted to continue with our philosophy that each cover made her an artist for the occasion. That, yes, the cover was no longer in the hands of the people in the form of paper and with that level of quality of impression to which the press had us accustomed. For that reason we have created next to Malla Graphic Studio: A Silkscreen Printing Cover Mission.