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FEATURED ARTWORK: Top Freeway Editions Artists
Happy Friday everyone! Today we are just sharing some of our favorite and most viewed artists from the online gallery. Make sure to check out ALL of the Freeway Editions artists and their incredible work. But today we are highlighting some hand painted screen prints and silkscreens from:
NEW ARTWORK: PRO176 Now Available!
Freeway Editions is excited to announce the new HPM series by Pro176 is now available in our online store! We featured Pro on the blog a few months ago in the Spring and promised there would be new stuff coming from the urban artist soon and here we are with all new work! The artist takes familiar imagery from comics and turns them into colorful, organic, abstract works. Check out the new series entitled "Extravagant Galactik Traveller 176". This new selection of...
NEW PRINTS: RERO's newest HPM's
Today we bring you ALL NEW prints from RERO. We have been talking a lot about RERO on the blog as of late, because he is working on a number of new projects, it's hard to keep up! This new series of hand painted screen prints entitled "Untitled (ONE MUST ESCAPE...)", were made here in Los Angeles in conjunction with his solo exhibition. They were inspired by laser wood cut pieces he did for the show and thus a new print series emerged and we couldn't be more excited. Check these out, all available...
FEATURED ARTWORK: Alex "DEFER" Kizu's Rapture
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all! Today on Freeway Editions we are highlighting the Rapture series of hand painted screen prints by Alex "DEFER" Kizu. These prints are part of the HPM collection and were created by the artist in 2013. Take a look at the full series by following the links below.
Rapture Edition 4 of 8 is part of an original set of hand-painted prints from urban contemporary artist Alex "DEFER" Kizu. Each piece of this limited edition set was individually...
FEATURED ARTWORK: L'Atlas
This week Freeway Editions is highlighting hand painted screen prints by L'Atlas. The Parallels series exemplifies L'Atlas' ability to turn geometric patterns into optically mesmerizing artworks.
L'Atlas began writing graffiti in the early 90's. Fascinated by the history of handwriting, he studied calligraphy in several countries and eventually designed his own typography. L’Atlas also worked in film, learning traditional editing techniques and directing several documentaries. The main subject of his work is displacement; he works within the realm of street art in order to create a dialogue within a specific urban space. He began to frequently intervene...
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