News — Screen Prints

One Liners by Rero

“Creating work halfway between urban art and conceptual art, Rero questions the context of art as well as the codes that govern images and intellectual property with an acronym that regularly crops up in his pieces: WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get).  Appropriation and self-censorship — he strikes his slogans with a thick line — are key concepts in his exploration of image negation.” -Backlash Gallery


Rero currently has two hand painted screen print series that are a part of the Freeway Editions collection. Each series is a lovely synopsis of the artist’s wit and ability...

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.