Upper Playground is releasing two New Era caps designed by artists Herbert Baglione and Jeremy Fish. And We (Lula Apparel) are taking orders for at once delivery. Baglione’s art has gained him respect and recognition from his native Brazil to the U.S. and abroad. He is known for his strong minimalist and simplistic approach to painting. Jeremy Fish’s artwork can be found throughout his own line, superFishal, through the multiple books he has been featured in, and in the various collaborations he has done with corporations like Nike and Adidas.
Cat Moonlight, the design by Baglione, gives us a wistful look at a full moon from a black cat’s perspective. Fish’s Bunny Skull design creates a clever wall paper-type pattern covering the entire fitted with bunny skulls. The new 59FIFTY caps are available at all Upper Playground retail stores and online at the Upper Playground web store.
About Herbert Baglione:“The basis of my work is speaking about the coldness and competitiveness present in people. I like to be ironic about individuality and death, and the paths in which to reach or escape these themes. I find it funny when I walk on the streets and see people with their eyes open but dead inside. This makes me think and wonder if I’m still alive.”herbertbaglione.blogspot.com
About Jeremy Fish: Jeremy Fish is a prolific artist who has an extensive history working with Upper Playground. He began his career as the art director for Think Skateboards. Over the years, Fish has contributed numerous graphics for Upper Playground’s apparel line in addition to releasing three popular art books. Fish’s book credits include I’m With Stupid, featuring some notable selections from the Big Stupid series that ran in SLAP magazine and The Next Best Thing, a collaboration with hip-hop artist Aesop Rock that featured a storybook accompanied by a 7” picture disk. Jeremy has also developed his own line, superFishal. He continues to be a highly respected illustrator and designer, and has collaborated with a number of corporations including Nike, Microsoft, and Adidas.www.sillypinkbunnies.com
Photos: Upper Playground