“Oscar, the Architect Finch”, for Muse Magazine. A few illustrations from a recent series about an innovative Lady Gouldian finch living at Pandemonium Aviaries. Thanks to my AD John Sandford.Read more "Andrea Kalfas – Muse Magazine"
Here is something for Seven Days for an essay about the evolution of college campus security and the precautions taken to asses various threats a college may encounter. Read about it here… Here’s a funny piece I completed for the Globe & Mail. It’s for an essay about a guy who isn’t ordained to conduct a […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – SEVEN NEW WORKS"
Variety – Summer Blockbusters vs. Videogames. The Hollywood Reporter – Time Warner’s new CEO, Jeff Bewkes Phoenix Magazine – Bruce Halle, Discount Tire CEORead more "PJ McQuade – Recent Illustrations – Variety, Phoenix Magazine & The Hollywood Reporter"
Did an illustration for LA Weekly recently about Francisco “Pancho” Real, former leader of the Drew Street clique of the Avenues gang in Glassell Park, and a member of the notorious Real crime family of 13 children (almost all of whom became vicious gang members including the mom), decided four years ago to turn state’s […]Read more "PJ McQuade – LA Weekly – Killer Turned Squealer"
My, oh my. I took too much time away from this nice blog. Here are drawings from the past few months – some for theaters, some for newspapers, some for magazines …Read more "Kyle T. Webster – Lots of Drawings"
Here is my latest piece for the Washington Post. It’s for a section cover for a story about the steps you can take to prevent yourself from making mistakes while moving. You know, like driving down roads and across bridges that don’t allow trucks and buying boxes instead of just getting them from […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Washington Post"
The robo-chemist Half page illustration for Nature Magazine about building machines that can synthesize organic compounds. Golden Nugget Short animation of Golden Nugget, the gold pooping mountain. The Smart Way to Downsize Half page illustration for Washingtonian Magazine. Where Have You Gone, Horatio Alger? For Harvard Business Review for […]Read more "Ryan Snook – Summer work"