Anthony Freda Studio

"Art is a lie that tells the truth"

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Okey Dokey Smokey
by Anthony Freda

Okey Dokey Smokey

by Anthony Freda

— 3 days ago with 7 notes
#pot  #Anthony Freda  #illustration  #marijuana 
Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.

Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.

— 1 week ago with 7 notes
#Anthony Freda  #Hiroshima  #Osama 
What’s Left Behind
by Anthony Freda

What’s Left Behind

by Anthony Freda

— 2 months ago with 54 notes
#Anthony Freda  #tattoo  #illustration 
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

— 5 months ago with 12 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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— 5 months ago with 623 notes
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.

— 5 months ago with 12 notes