News — Los Angeles Artists

The Urban Contemporary Art Guide 2014

FreeWay Editions is excited to be a part of TWO issues of Graffiti Art Magazine! We are featured in both the current edition of the magazine as well as “ The Urban Contemporary Art Guide 2014”. Graffiti Art Magazine is a French publication focused on emerging and established international artists in the urban contemporary art scene. The magazine has become THE official magazine of urban contemporary art. Graffiti Art also publishes an annual guide that highlights major artists in the realm of urban inspired art. More on the guidebook:

 “From Aakash Nihalani...

Rubin415 at C.A.V.E. Gallery

Los Angeles is a city full of art, creatives, and endless opportunities for experiencing the arts so FreeWay Editions really enjoys being able to take advantage of those opportunities and share it with you, our readers! Last week we attended a great show at C.A.V.E. Gallery in the Abbott Kinney neighborhood of Venice Beach. The gallery hosted an opening reception last Saturday Oct. 11 for artists: Joshua Charles Hart, Kyle Hughes-Odgers and Rubin415.

Freeway Editions was particularly excited about urban artist Rubin415's new work in the show. The pieces were...

The Elegant Works of Gajin Fujita.

Gajin Fujita (born 1972) is a graffiti artist from East Los Angeles. Fujita has created a style that merges both his Japanese roots and his Los Angeles upbringing. The artist visually compares and contrasts imagery from varying cultures in order to truly communicate the crossover and divergences of each identity. Fujita is a member of LA graffiti crews K2S (Kill 2 Succeed) and KGB (Kids Gone Bad) and continues to live and work in Los Angeles.
Check out his Freeway Editions limited edition hand-painted screen prints...




Screen print on fine art paper. 

New RISK prints AND sculptures!

We told you, RISK has been busy! New sculptures and hand painted screen prints are now available on Freeway Editions. Please do read about RISK and check out his incredibly vibrant and detailed works.

RISK on the Box is part of an original set of hand-painted wood boxes with spray cans and affixed neon lights. Each piece was individually designed by the artist and has a hand-painted base with Risk's custom Rustoleum spray can, 'Risk-oleum, Risk Rock Red' on top. Each edition...

The Ever Evolving Life and Art of RISK

As one of the first Los Angelinos to paint freight trains and freeway overpasses, RISK has impacted the Los Angeles street art scene for over 30 years. His work focuses on stylized versions of his name in vibrant colors and bold lines. RISK’s career has lead him to many different types of artistic endeavors; various graffiti crews, graffiti tours, commissions, art shows, as well as product and clothing design.

Not only has RISK successfully made the transition from the streets to canvas, but he's also launched Third Rail, a clothing company for which he's won designer of...