At the Alter of a Starman: A Poster Tribute to Ziggy Stardust As a part of Portland’s Design Week, an event has been coordinated to pay tribute to David Bowie’s iconic persona, Ziggy Stardust. I have been honored to be selected to be one of the thirty artists from around the world to contribute. I’m […]Read more "Five Years – Ziggy Stardust Tribute – Noah Patrick Pfarr"
This is pretty much an image that yells out, is Spring here or what?! Here is my latest piece for the Globe & Mail’s, Facts and Arguments section. It’s for an essay about a mother who’s divorce led her to pick up music as a way to deal with how her marriage ended and as […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – The Globe & Mail"
Pop Culture Portraits for Australian Nightclub During the last three months or so of 2013, I was regularly doing commissions for a nightclub in Melbourne Australia. They were in the middle of re-branding, and wanted to add illustrations as a regular staple in their advertising. For the most part they were straightforward pop culture […]Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – Pop Culture Portraits for Australian Nightclub"
I’m super excited to finally announce the release of my first kid’s book project! ‘The Bubble Parade’ is an interactive, musical kids book that was created for the ipad app, Mibblio. I collaborated with musician Brian Bonz and writer, Laura Lee Williams. Along with the students of Wingspan Arts, an after school organization dedicated […]Read more "Thomas Pitilli – Musical Kid’s Book!"
Well, BIG NEWS! My new book is officially out today, July18th. It’s called Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? published by Adams Media. I worked on it last year for about 3 months and somehow managed to keep it all a secret. No longer, beans shall be spilled. It’s a collection of funny, fake “take […]Read more "PJ McQuade – My new book, Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? – Adams Media"
I recently illustrated the cover for the Nashville Scene, The Bonnaroo Edition. It’s on stands today, check it out Tennessee. I was asked to make it resemble the poster of the classic war movie The Dirty Dozen starring Lee Marvin & Charles Bronson, except substitute water guns for machine guns. Skvert! It spotlights all the festival […]Read more "PJ McQuade – Nashville Scene cover – Bonnaroo Edition"
Here’s another one I did for the Globe and Mail. This time around it was about an older gentleman who was trying to learn the piano, and the childish tantrum he had during a recital. A recital, mind you, that mostly featured younger pianists, including the author’s son. This was another one that was great […]Read more "Mike Freiheit – Piano Tantrum"