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Anthony Freda  Port Jefferson, NY


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About Anthony


I’ve been lucky enough to work for some of the best venues for illustration in the world. They include Time, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Business Week, Playboy , The New York Times and scores of other fine publications.

My work has also been included in the annual illustration and design competitions of The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, Print Magazine and The Society of Publication Designers.


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Hello Anthony Freda,
I have been hearing about you for the past 40 years - first from your father and then via Gerald Celente and Alex Jones. I worked for your father when he was one of the heavies at AIL Farmingdale -- I was just a weanie. I remember your father talking about you when you were at Pratt and then at the art school in Italy. In fact, I traveled to Rome with him once, the primary purpose was to meet with Selenia -- a Italian radar company. But, I remember him discussing his Rome visit with you. The pride certainly came out. I also met your mother on occasion, and she did know my wife (Claudette) quite well. Are your parents still living in Port Jefferson? I can say with certainty that you had great parents. I was a resident of East Setauket until about 1990 and then moved to Vienna.

David Klinchuch

I like it! But I don't agree with JohnM. It's not because someone's art is imitable that is necessarily "out of date" or devoid of meaning. Andy Warhol's art, with all the respect this great artist deserves, is nowadays frequently imitated and there's nothing easier than to do a "Pop Art" picture with, for instance, a Mac. A photoshop image made in five minutes might not have the depth of these works.
Just saying.

MY SLIGHT CRITIQUE
pic a; an accumulated system to control the outward appearance of a central government.
pic b; an instruction to stay clear from the fatal end of a
royal judgment.

I dont get it. Is it a painting or a collage? Either way, I can do this style in photoshop in 5 minutes.
This guy is out of date.

Thank you all for the encouraging comments!
If any of you are interested in collecting my art, go to my website and for the first time, high quality. limited edition prints are available.
I'm only making 100 of each image ( I'm not one of those jerks who is going to lie to you and make a zillion more.)

These are illustrations that have appeared in Rolling Stone, The New Yorker and Time Magazine to name a few. I guarantee that if you like my stuff, you will be happy with these pieces.

I love the Panda, makes you stop and think.

were so beautiful images,i love these pictures,i think the artist must sell them so expensive,he/she shouldn't have published them in internet,i'm afraid that someone still them
hope not.

A very cleaver work. I am intriged by the composition.

an interesting piece of art.entertaining.

I find your artwork quit amazing because of the so many words you are trying to communicate but yet no words within the painting. I think you did a great job because it catches the eye very easily

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