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August 12, 2007

{     Jeremy Fish-Kings and Queens     }    

Jeremy Fish is usually good for putting out some fresh prints every year. They are generally pretty well done. I must say this latest 4 pack titled "Kings and Queens" is among my favorites to date, not only because they are super dope but they are also printed on wood. Everyone knows that Jeremy Fish has a history with wood. Over the years Jeremy has rocked some inventive skate graphics for the like of Think, Real, Element, the now dead Unbelievers, and most recently his newest venture, Superficial with clothing and skateboards in the mix. Lets not forget his super fresh carved skateboard paintings, historic skate comics. Gallery throw ups deserving of canvas, canvas's deserving of museums and commercial work that does not seem to show much compromise. Jeremy's progression is pretty apparent. This particular print 4 pack is a testament to that. Exhibiting classic Fish flourish frame, trade mark gold metallic ink, with the usual, un-usual, obscure creatures and gnomes interacting in all kinds of productive ways. These wood prints are flawless, delivered in a custom printed box signed by Jeremy Fish and numbered in a low edition of 100. I would not sleep too hard, they will not last long.

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