Every year, Baltimore City Paper runs a short fiction contest and prints the best three short fiction pieces into the paper. The fiction piece I worked on is called “a cool dark place.” The essay is about the motions a women goes through when dealing with a series of personal problems. Though a heavy emphasis […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Baltimore City Paper"
Here’s a cover I illustrated for this week’s Philadelphia City Paper, spotlighting Philadelphia’s annual Queer Fest Film Festival.Read more "Thomas Pitilli – Philadelphia City Paper"
I worked on a series of illustrations for Baltimore City Paper over the weekend. This is the second time I’ve illustrated a story written by Michael Gonzales. His stories are typically about growing up in the late 70’s/early 80’s in Baltimore as a teenager/young adult. This story in particular is about how Michael was satisfied […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Baltimore City Paper"
I was lucky enough to get this job on recommendation from my old pal and fellow Illo Confidential illustrator Alex Fine. Alex and I went to school together in Baltimore, so it was great to have a chance to illustrate for the ol’ City Paper after all these years. Joe MacLeod wanted a wrecked airplane […]Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – Baltimore City Paper Cover"