Category Archives: Editorial

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Daniel Fishel – Canadian Family Magazine

DREAMS! What are your dreams for the future? Is it to save money to someday live in a bigger home? To provide for a family? I got to illustrate questions such as these in the latest Canadian Family magazine. Many thanks

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Daniel Fishel – Canadian Family Magazine

DREAMS! What are your dreams for the future? Is it to save money to someday live in a bigger home? To provide for a family? I got to illustrate questions such as these in the latest Canadian Family magazine. Many thanks

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Ryan Snook – D CEO

How to Build a Better Athlete 1/4 page illustration for D CEO for an article about new technologies emerging to help athletes compete.

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Ryan Snook – D CEO

How to Build a Better Athlete 1/4 page illustration for D CEO for an article about new technologies emerging to help athletes compete.

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PJ McQuade – Grantland – Paula Deen, March Madness and Ron Lester’s Varisty Blues

Here are 3 illustrations I did for Grantland recently. The first two below were for the website – Portraits of announcers Verne Lundquist & Bill Raftery, NCAA March Madness Icons and another for an article about actor Ron Lester, who

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PJ McQuade – Grantland – Paula Deen, March Madness and Ron Lester’s Varisty Blues

Here are 3 illustrations I did for Grantland recently. The first two below were for the website – Portraits of announcers Verne Lundquist & Bill Raftery, NCAA March Madness Icons and another for an article about actor Ron Lester, who

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Ryan Snook – REP. Magazine

Cover illustration for the February issue of REP. Magazine.

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Ryan Snook – REP. Magazine

Cover illustration for the February issue of REP. Magazine.

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Ryan Snook – Mother Jones

Two recent illustrations for Mother Jones. Top image for an article about obesity and antibiotics. The bottom image was created for an article about food stamps and the government’s role in deciding what can and can’t be bought with them.

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Ryan Snook – Mother Jones

Two recent illustrations for Mother Jones. Top image for an article about obesity and antibiotics. The bottom image was created for an article about food stamps and the government’s role in deciding what can and can’t be bought with them.

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Washington Post Express

I got to work with Adam Griffiths over at Washington Post Express last week on their cover about William Shakespeare’s ties to Washington, DC.  This marks the first time I’ve attempted to draw Shakespeare.  And it was tons of fun. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Washington Post Express

I got to work with Adam Griffiths over at Washington Post Express last week on their cover about William Shakespeare’s ties to Washington, DC.  This marks the first time I’ve attempted to draw Shakespeare.  And it was tons of fun. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I had a blast doing this Winter Olympics piece for Entertainment Weekly this week.  It was about NBC having trouble striking a balance between events people want to see and other less popular ones during primetime tv hours.  Thanks to

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I had a blast doing this Winter Olympics piece for Entertainment Weekly this week.  It was about NBC having trouble striking a balance between events people want to see and other less popular ones during primetime tv hours.  Thanks to

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Mike Freiheit – Baltimore City Paper

Here’s one I got to do for Baltimore City Paper’s short story fiction contest! It’s a really great story, and you can read it here. Thanks for looking! Below are both versions: the black and white for print, and color

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Mike Freiheit – Baltimore City Paper

Here’s one I got to do for Baltimore City Paper’s short story fiction contest! It’s a really great story, and you can read it here. Thanks for looking! Below are both versions: the black and white for print, and color

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Nashville Scene cover

Cover story this week for the Nashville Scene about comedians, musicians, and artists funding their craft on YouTube. Thanks to Elizabeth for the cover.   Here’s a link to the story: MyTube          

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Nashville Scene cover

Cover story this week for the Nashville Scene about comedians, musicians, and artists funding their craft on YouTube. Thanks to Elizabeth for the cover.   Here’s a link to the story: MyTube          

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Thomas Pitilli- Harsh rules in Texas

Here’s a recent cover I illustrated for last week’s Fort Worth Weekly. Apparently being late to class in Texas can send you straight to court. Yikes. Thanks to Bonnie for the assignment, I had fun with this one!

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Thomas Pitilli- Harsh rules in Texas

Here’s a recent cover I illustrated for last week’s Fort Worth Weekly. Apparently being late to class in Texas can send you straight to court. Yikes. Thanks to Bonnie for the assignment, I had fun with this one!

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Daniel Fishel – Teaching Tolerance Magazine

    Here is something new I did for the Southern Poverty Law Centers, Teaching Tolerance Magazine. They have a section in the magazine where teachers write in questions for problems they are having trouble navigating. The question I had to

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Daniel Fishel – Teaching Tolerance Magazine

    Here is something new I did for the Southern Poverty Law Centers, Teaching Tolerance Magazine. They have a section in the magazine where teachers write in questions for problems they are having trouble navigating. The question I had to

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Daniel Fishel – Latest Editorial work

      Happy New Year Everyone! Instead of doing a singular post to kick off the year, I figured I would share the first three new works that have recently published. If you haven’t looked in a while, check

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Daniel Fishel – Latest Editorial work

      Happy New Year Everyone! Instead of doing a singular post to kick off the year, I figured I would share the first three new works that have recently published. If you haven’t looked in a while, check

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Penthouse Magazine

Orgasmic Meditation Yet another Full pager and accompanying spot for the folks over at Penthouse Magazine. This one’s about the competition one man faces when the woman he is dating decides to share with him the practice of orgasmic meditation. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Penthouse Magazine

Orgasmic Meditation Yet another Full pager and accompanying spot for the folks over at Penthouse Magazine. This one’s about the competition one man faces when the woman he is dating decides to share with him the practice of orgasmic meditation. 

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

Slowing the Speed of Medical Innovation Created for Popular Science.

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

Slowing the Speed of Medical Innovation Created for Popular Science.

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Andrea Kalfas – Demolition Derby cover for Nashville Scene

    Here’s a cover illustration for the December issue of Nashville Scene on stands now. This is on a story about widespread tear-downs in neighborhoods with historic World War II era houses. You can read the full story online here.

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Andrea Kalfas – Demolition Derby cover for Nashville Scene

    Here’s a cover illustration for the December issue of Nashville Scene on stands now. This is on a story about widespread tear-downs in neighborhoods with historic World War II era houses. You can read the full story online here.

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Mike Freiheit – The Globe and Mail

Here’s a new one for the Globe and Mail. You can read the story here. Happy Holidays!!

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Mike Freiheit – The Globe and Mail

Here’s a new one for the Globe and Mail. You can read the story here. Happy Holidays!!

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Long Overdue Post of Work

Lots of bits and pieces here – NY Times, Foothills Brewing, Washington Post, Boston Globe …

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Long Overdue Post of Work

Lots of bits and pieces here – NY Times, Foothills Brewing, Washington Post, Boston Globe …

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Daniel Fishel – Nautilus

What came first, Beer or Bread? It’s a ever long back and forth of what prompted people to begin farming in the first place. I worked with Nautilus magazine to create a fun illustration that bridged the gap between today’s

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Daniel Fishel – Nautilus

What came first, Beer or Bread? It’s a ever long back and forth of what prompted people to begin farming in the first place. I worked with Nautilus magazine to create a fun illustration that bridged the gap between today’s

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Andrea Kalfas – New York Times Letters

    New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD in children and young adults. For this one I created a play on keepsake silhouette portraits parents have made of their

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Andrea Kalfas – New York Times Letters

    New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD in children and young adults. For this one I created a play on keepsake silhouette portraits parents have made of their

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PJ McQuade – MAD Magazine – White House Website Down

Check it out, I got an illustration in this month’s MAD Magazine!  Issue #525. The Dumbest Things of 2013. Full page spoof of the box office bomb White House Down and the rollout of Healthcare.gov, starring Barack Obama and Kathleen

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PJ McQuade – MAD Magazine – White House Website Down

Check it out, I got an illustration in this month’s MAD Magazine!  Issue #525. The Dumbest Things of 2013. Full page spoof of the box office bomb White House Down and the rollout of Healthcare.gov, starring Barack Obama and Kathleen