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"
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"
I got to work with Adam Griffiths over at Washington Post Express last week on their cover about William Shakespeare’s ties to Washington, DC. This marks the first time I’ve attempted to draw Shakespeare. And it was tons of fun. Big thank you to Adam! Here it is: And here’s my daughter holding a […]Read more "Noah Patrick Pfarr – Washington Post Express"
Here’s a few portraits I did for the Washington Post Weekend section identifying the people who will ‘transform’ DC. Also did a cover and inside illustration for the Post Real Estate section as well as a cover for Commercial Observer in NYC. A nice start to 2014! Thanks for checking out my work.Read more "Brian Taylor — New Work for Washington Post"
Lots of bits and pieces here – NY Times, Foothills Brewing, Washington Post, Boston Globe …Read more "Long Overdue Post of Work"
My neighbors son down stairs is an aspiring DJ and mixes the top best songs ever while I try and turn up my head phones as loud as possible. So when I got an assignment from the Washington Post about noisy neighbors, I gladly accepted it the job. Art Director: Adam GriffithsRead more "Daniel Fishel – Washington Post"
How to Cultivate a Reader Cover illustration for The Washington Post’s Local Living.Read more "Ryan Snook – Washington Post"