Patrick Freeman

Patrick Freeman is a freelance artist based out of NYC. Drawing was a passion since childhood, which only naturally lead him to a career path in the creative arts. After attending The Savannah College of Art and Design, he set out working for himself as a freelance illustrator/designer. His main inspiration comes from a mix of Art Nouveau and contemporary fashion illustration. His medium is a mix of ink, acrylic, and digital. With a style that is vibrant, whimsical and full of clean graphic lines, he focused on developing clients in the lifestyle, fashion and entertainment industry. He soon began working with a major entertainment licensing company, creating illustrations for merchandise, tour apparel, and select advertising for musical artists like Britney Spears, Madonna among others. Over the years some of his clients include PUMA, Elle Magazine, Conde Naste, Neiman Marcus, Prada and Theater Breaking Through Barriers.
About the piano
Location: 28 Liberty Plaza, 28 Liberty St, New York, NY Hours: 9AM - 9PM Click here for full map of all Sing for Hope Piano locations. I used vibrant colors for whimsy, and wanted to give off an "urban city siren" vibe with oceanic colors yet garden floral motif. My piano's title, "Puakai," is a Hawaiian name meaning ocean flower.