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Their works are among our hands-down favorites.
Freeway, home of the National Artist Collector's Series, releases another remarkable collection of wearable art—this time, to honor the birth centennial celebrations of writer Nick Joaquin and painter Cesar Legaspi!IMAGE Courtesy of FreewayCesar Legaspi, awarded National Artist for Visual Arts in 1990, is a
50 years of the National Artist's work rolled into a 50 piece collection.
“It’s nice to see my art being worn,” says 73-year-old Malabon native Benedicto Cabrera, more popularly known as BenCab. Celebrating 50 years in the industry, the National Artist is the latest to collaborate with local brand Freeway for their bi-annual collection that
Freeway puts the spotlight on Juan Luna, the Filipino master for visual arts.
Freeway has always been known to pay tribute to our country’s National Artists via Freeway Art—a twice a year collection that features the works of different national artists translated into wearable fashion.This season and the 10th of their National Artist Collector’s Series
Lucio San Pedro is the 9th National Artist to be featured on Freeway’s fashionalistic series.
Composer, conductor, and teacher Luis San Pedro is Freeway’s latest addition to their National Artist series. Born in Angono, Rizal on 1913, it’s only fitting that Freeway celebrates his birth centennial with an awe-inspiring collection recognizing his contributions to the music and
Freeway commemorates National Artist for Music for their 7th installment.
This Fall 2012, Freeway veers away from their usual visual artists and honors a man from a purely audial field. Now on its seventh installment, composer Levi Celerio was honored as the first National Artist for Music on the National Artists Collectors’
Freeway pays homage to the first National Artist for Fashion.
Fashion's status as a medium of self-expression is irrefutable, but its cachet as an art form soars when it serves to represent a nation and its history and identity aside from just its evolving sense of aesthetics.That is exactly what Ramon Oswalds