A prolific illustrator, graphic designer, cartoonist, art instructor and muralist, Howard Freeman has been creating art since the first time he picked up a pencil. His art career was kick-started as early as kindergarten when he won the acclaimed “Draw Abe Lincoln Contest”.
Howard began painting murals in 1995. He has built an impressive client list with his creative wall paintings adorning the walls of hundreds of homes and businesses throughout Detroit, Los Angeles & Las Vegas. Since 2009 Howard has been working on a mural/beautification project for Commercial Center in Las Vegas as an effort to bring art & culture to the community and to discourage vandalism. Howard’s efforts on this project have been recognized with a lead news story on Channel 8 News in Las Vegas as well as a featured story in NPR’s Desert Companion Magazine.
Howard has illustrated several books, including the humorous children’s poetry book, “Candy Store at the Edge of the Galaxy” written by his wife.
In early 2012, Howard was honored to be chosen to represent Samsung Mobile by drawing caricatures on the Galaxy Note at The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). He is often commissioned to draw digital or traditional caricatures at parties and corporate events.
Howard is very happy to utilize his diverse experience at King Art Studio.