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bunnycutlet:

Today’s image-feature to promote this Friday’s opening of The Devil’s Carnival is this FULL RELEASE of Don’t Tase Me Bro, a 24 x 26 mixed media painting by Anthony Freda, also fully released by the artist on his website: http://www.anthonyfreda.com/ The Devil’s Carnival, featuring works by artists Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens March 7th at 7pm, and runs until March 30th at Bunnycutlet Gallery. http://bunnycutlet.com/exhibitions/2014/TheDevilsCarnival.html

bunnycutlet:

Today’s image-feature to promote this Friday’s opening of The Devil’s Carnival is this FULL RELEASE of Don’t Tase Me Bro, a 24 x 26 mixed media painting by Anthony Freda, also fully released by the artist on his website: http://www.anthonyfreda.com/

The Devil’s Carnival, featuring works by artists Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens March 7th at 7pm, and runs until March 30th at Bunnycutlet Gallery. http://bunnycutlet.com/exhibitions/2014/TheDevilsCarnival.html

— 1 month ago with 8 notes

supersonicart:

Anthony Freda, “The Devil’s Garden.”

Opening this Friday, March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery in Brooklyn, New York is the two person show “The Devil’s Garden" which features work by artist Anthony Freda.  You can check out an extended preview of Freda’s work below:

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bunnycutlet:

THIS sneak peek snippet for our 19-day feature series is of a piece entitled Believe, a 13 x 16 inch mixed-media painting on wood by Anthony Freda. Freda masterfully perverts vintage American iconography with irony, often borrowing images from comics, cartoons, and advertising, and combining them in surreal, poignant, and humorous ways. The full reveal of this painting, as well as 10 other new works by the artist, will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibition featuring Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening THIS Friday, March 7th, 7-10pm at Bunnycutlet.

bunnycutlet:

THIS sneak peek snippet for our 19-day feature series is of a piece entitled Believe, a 13 x 16 inch mixed-media painting on wood by Anthony Freda.

Freda masterfully perverts vintage American iconography with irony, often borrowing images from comics, cartoons, and advertising, and combining them in surreal, poignant, and humorous ways.

The full reveal of this painting, as well as 10 other new works by the artist, will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibition featuring Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening THIS Friday, March 7th, 7-10pm at Bunnycutlet.

— 1 month ago with 5 notes
bunnycutlet:

Finishing up our DOUBLE artwork feature tonight for our 19-features-in-19-days promo series is a sneak peek snippet of Anthony Freda's mixed media sculpture entitled “Death Of Hope.” Freda’s is best known for painting iconography onto found objects in provocative and ironic pairings. For The Devil’s Carnival, Freda delves into sculpture with the same wit and spirit, expertly superimposing one visually charged-trope onto another, and with the technical help of his assistant Nick Chiechi. 4 sculptures and 7 paintings by Freda will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a two-person exhibition with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

bunnycutlet:

Finishing up our DOUBLE artwork feature tonight for our 19-features-in-19-days promo series is a sneak peek snippet of Anthony Freda's mixed media sculpture entitled “Death Of Hope.”

Freda’s is best known for painting iconography onto found objects in provocative and ironic pairings. For The Devil’s Carnival, Freda delves into sculpture with the same wit and spirit, expertly superimposing one visually charged-trope onto another, and with the technical help of his assistant Nick Chiechi.

4 sculptures and 7 paintings by Freda will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a two-person exhibition with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

— 1 month ago with 9 notes
bunnycutlet:

Day 2 in our 19-day promo series is a FULL RELEASE of This Culture, a 23 x 42 inch acrylic on wood painting by Anthony Freda — title image # 2 for our upcoming exhibition, The Devil’s Carnival. Anthony Freda is an illustrator with a long and distinguished career in his field. His work is political, often utilizing re-painted images taken from classical paintings or American vintage iconography, transforming them, primarily by supplanting their context, into ironic, often sardonic takes on current issues.The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibition of new works by Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens Friday, March 7th from 7-10pm at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

bunnycutlet:

Day 2 in our 19-day promo series is a FULL RELEASE of This Culture, a 23 x 42 inch acrylic on wood painting by Anthony Freda — title image # 2 for our upcoming exhibition, The Devil’s Carnival.

Anthony Freda is an illustrator with a long and distinguished career in his field. His work is political, often utilizing re-painted images taken from classical paintings or American vintage iconography, transforming them, primarily by supplanting their context, into ironic, often sardonic takes on current issues.

The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibition of new works by Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens Friday, March 7th from 7-10pm at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

— 1 month ago with 9 notes
#illustrators  #Ugly Americans  #Anthony Freda  #Devin Clark 
bunnycutlet:

Day 4 in our 19-day feature series is this sneak peek snippet of Sunnyside, a 17 x 31 inch acrylic on antique bread-board by Anthony Freda. Freda collages, paints and builds on found and antique objects, carefully chosen so that their history, shape and texture can add a layer of meaning to the imagery, and ultimately the message, that he chooses.The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibit with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens Friday, March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

bunnycutlet:

Day 4 in our 19-day feature series is this sneak peek snippet of Sunnyside, a 17 x 31 inch acrylic on antique bread-board by Anthony Freda.

Freda collages, paints and builds on found and antique objects, carefully chosen so that their history, shape and texture can add a layer of meaning to the imagery, and ultimately the message, that he chooses.

The Devil’s Carnival, a 2-person exhibit with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opens Friday, March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

— 1 month ago with 14 notes
clarity-collective:

According to a post on Anthony Freda's Facebook page his art is going to be featured regularly on Forbes.com, just like this!

clarity-collective:

According to a post on Anthony Freda's Facebook page his art is going to be featured regularly on Forbes.com, just like this!

— 2 months ago with 14 notes
The History Channel promotes ridiculous ideas without a shred of proof as if they are reasonable. At the same time, they portray anyone who does not believe every discredited corporate and government lie as unreasonable.  
Anthony Freda

The History Channel promotes ridiculous ideas without a shred of proof as if they are reasonable. At the same time, they portray anyone who does not believe every discredited corporate and government lie as unreasonable. 

Anthony Freda

— 2 months ago with 4 notes
#Anthony Freda  #bigfoot  #aliens  #History Channel 
Haves and Have Nots
Anthony Freda & Z
illustration for Trends Journal

Haves and Have Nots

Anthony Freda & Z

illustration for Trends Journal

— 2 months ago with 20 notes
#Anthony Freda  #coal miner  #golfer  #illustration