I have spotted Novy’s work along Divisadero and in the Lower Haight; more than 2,000 koi exist across the city, according to SFGate, making it more likely than not that a pedestrian will stumble across the stenciled fish circling one another in groups that correspond with Chinese lucky numbers.
novyMay 2, 2019
Watch your step! There are thousands of fish taking over the streets of San Francisco. Stencil street artist Jeremy Novy paints the town with his signature Koi fish designs. From sidewalks to subway stations, Jeremy's art is designed to delight—whether he has permission to paint or not. For more information,…
novyApril 11, 2019
Self-labeled “queer street artists” are increasingly talking back against homophobia and claiming a share of ownership in public space through subversive and explicitly queer imagery.
kovalikApril 11, 2019
Jeremy Novy is an American street artist, known for painting swarms of koi fish on the sidewalks of San Francisco. His mission is to make his city a better place for living, by creating public art, available to everyone. Apart from that, he is known as a pioneer of queer…
novyJanuary 10, 2016
Street artist Jeremy Novy, best known for his Koi Carp graffiti sprayed on sidewalks across New Orleans and the nation, has created a symbol for New Orleans newcomers. Like human transplants, green Monk parakeets didn’t originate here, but they are not native to New Orleans yet they live and thrive.
novyDecember 16, 2015
On a blustery Sunday, street artist Jeremy Novy wrestled with wind-whipped stencils as he added details to a mural on the Hi-Ho Lounge at 2239 St. Claude Ave. in the Marigny neighborhood. The aerosol painting depicted a flock of life-sized, Crayon green Monk parakeets coursing across a black brick background…
novyDecember 15, 2015