High Artist Spotlight: Anthony Freda

High Artist Spotlight: Anthony Freda
February 4, 2020 Noa

High Artist Spotlight: Anthony Freda


Based in Long Island NY, Freda works as an editorial illustrator, visual political activist and as part of the adjunct faculty of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

In addition to many mainstream clients, such as TimeThe New YorkerRolling Stone and The New York Times, he also contributes to many alternative news websites and publication, such as Code PinkActivist PostWashington’s Blog,Global ResearchCindy Sheehan’s The Soapbox and The Trends Journal.

In 2006 The Village Voicecommissioned Freda to illustrate a story about people who challenge the official 9/11 narrative, the artwork has since become part of the permanent collection of the US National September 11th Museum in New York.

He entered multiple pieces during High Art 2019 and 2020. “Privacy” entered in 2019, placed within the top 20!

See all the art submitted to High Art 2020 at: High Art Finalists

Follow High Art on Instagram! @highartcompetition


High Art was created by Dona Frank and The Natural Cannabis Company in 2014 as a crowdsourcing solution to packaging design. From its humble beginnings, High Art has developed into an internationally-known art competition with thousands of entries annually from 100+ countries all over the world.

Each year professional and amateur artists create themed works through a variety of mediums to compete for $50,000 in prize money and to see their work featured on packaging, social media, at the High Art gallery in Santa Rosa, CA and displayed at prestigious art events, in the United States and abroad.

Stay tuned for more information on upcoming High Art events and High Art 2021!

High Art was created by Dona Frank and The Natural Cannabis Company in 2014 as a crowdsourcing solution to packaging design. From its humble beginnings, High Art has developed into an internationally-known art competition with thousands of entries annually from 100+ countries all over the world.

Each year professional and amateur artists create themed works through a variety of mediums to compete for $50,000 in prize money and to see their work featured on packaging, social media, at the High Art gallery in Santa Rosa, CA and displayed at prestigious art events, in the United States and abroad.

Stay tuned for more information on upcoming High Art events and High Art 2021!

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