I don’t remember the last time I received birthday gifts from more than 3 people in the last seven years. Maybe it’s because of Facebook? Maybe it’s because as we get older we no longer appreciate our birthdays. This is for Honolulu Magazines April issue, and my last published piece for their afterthoughts section. You […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Honolulu Magazine"
Here is my latest illustration for Honolulu Magazines, Afterthoughts section for the month of March. The illustration is about how normal and nostalgic sugar cane fires are in certain parts of Hawaii. People often move to these parts of Hawaii because of how lush the cane fields are but are at first turned off by […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Honolulu Magazine"
Here is a piece I did for Honolulu Magazines, Afterthoughts section. For the January issue, I illustrated a story about how we live next door to our neighbors and get to know them by not really getting to know them. We piece together little things like hearing conversations through the wall, getting their mail by […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Honolulu Magazine"
Thing’s have been pretty busy in the studio. I can’t show everything but here are a few things that recently published in the last two weeks. This is a piece for the Globe & Mail about how the author went to give a DNA test and list out their family history to understand the road […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – New Work"
For May’s Honolulu Magazine, Afterthoughts section, I was asked to illustrate a written piece that’s a little more opinion driven. Basically the article is about two things. One being the lack of police presence in the up and coming China town neighborhood in Honolulu. The second being how Otto at Otto’s Cakes (famous local cake […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Lack of Police Presence"
This month, I was generously given some breath taking photographs to use as reference for a column I illustrate for Honolulu Magazine called “After thoughts”. This months story is about a trail called “the Stairway to heaven”, which is “3,922 metal stairs bolted to the side of a lush” mountains that stretch miles. Basically what […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Honolulu Magazine"
It doesn’t matter if you believe the end of the world is coming or the rapture is near or whatever. Many times over history, evidence has shown that these dooms day predictions are really nothing to matter. Big thanks to Cody at Honolulu magazine for making this epic illustration happen.Read more "Daniel Fishel – 2012 isn’t the end of the world…"