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"
Recent Spot for LA Weekly. Krav vs. Wild is organized by the training center Krav Maga Worldwide. Krav Maga is Israel’s martial art. Instructors at the center figured their students might enjoy rounding out their personal badass-ness with wilderness skills. It is the only event of its kind. While there are plenty of self-defense classes, […]Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly “Krav vs. Wild”"
Quick Spot for LA Weekly. Helicopter Drones purchased by the LAPD migrated from Seattle to LA, with mixed feelings from its citizens.Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly"
I did three interior spots for a featured story in LA Weekly about a pimp and his prostitutes responsible for a string of bank robberies.Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly"
Here’s a recent spot for LA Weekly commenting on the reverence and devotion Michael Jackson fans have for his mother Katherine Jackson.Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly"
Got an illustration in the new issue of LA Weekly. It’s for an article about that annoying “radio station” that plays while you’re pumping gas. It’s actually a new channel called Gas Station Radio that’s designed for a seven minute stop in your specific neighborhood, chock full of talk, weather, sports scores, advertisements and even […]Read more "PJ McQuade – LA Weekly – Gas Station Radio"
Here’s a new piece I did for LA Weekly about competitive rodeo performers. The concepts were surrounding the idea that these guys really don’t make any money unless them win, so the pressure is immense. I had fun drawing bull riders and cattle ropers. I never get to draw horses and cows.Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly"