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"
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"
Here’s a quick piece I did for Ed Johnson at the Commercial Observer, a few days before Hurricane Sandy hit New York. I felt really lucky to have power during the entire storm to finish up the piece in time. Especially for how fun this piece turned out to be. It’s about a group of […]Read more "Daniel Fishel – Commercial Observer"
Here are a few images I got to work on with a great AD over at Seattle Weekly, Jane Sherman. This first one was about a radio station cutting out all of the fan favorite music that it was known for, a lot of it being what was categorized as “beard rock” (IE Fleet Foxes, […]Read more "Mike Freiheit – Seattle Weekly"
I had the opportunity to create the CD art for a really great band called The Black Flash. I worked closely with the band to figure out what imagery would best compliment the music. The whole album is pretty dreamy and trippy, with a lot of it having a spacey, galactic theme, so I wanted […]Read more "Mike Freiheit – Black Flash Album Art"