Greg Frederick is a record breaking artist, based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His Vinyl Pop Art portraits are created out of broken vinyl records and their packaging, along with other recycled materials.
Greg’s Vinyl Pop Art was first shown in the Leslie Lohman Museum next to Andy Warhol. He’s been a featured artist on Fab.com, interviewed by Howard Stern News, designed Courtney Love’s tour merchandise for the past 4yrs, featured on Puff Daddy’s network Revolt TV, and was commissioned by Halsey for her Madison Sq. Garden event.
In the past year he was a featured artist at Surplus Candy LA presented by Hanksy and painted two murals as part of Miami’s Art Basel.
Along with his art work, Greg co-founded and is Art Director of Sold Magazine, which is by artists for artists, that he created with two of his art friends, JPO and BD White.
Additionally, Greg is available for private commissions of a custom portraiture. You could have the opportunity to turn a loved one or your favorite icon into an original masterpiece.