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Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly “Krav vs. Wild”

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.

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly “Krav vs. Wild”

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.

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PJ McQuade – They Live: Alley Fight!

    In John Carpenter’s 1988 film They Live, actor/wrestler Roddy Piper plays a character called Nada, a homeless migrant worker in a right-around-the-bend America where shit really sucks. He stumbles upon a special pair of sunglasses a local church/rebellion HQ

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PJ McQuade – They Live: Alley Fight!

    In John Carpenter’s 1988 film They Live, actor/wrestler Roddy Piper plays a character called Nada, a homeless migrant worker in a right-around-the-bend America where shit really sucks. He stumbles upon a special pair of sunglasses a local church/rebellion HQ

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Daniel Fishel – NY Times Style Section

      Here is a series of illustrations I created for the NY Times Style section cover and back page. It’s for an article about the uprise of positive click bait websites like Thought Catalog and Upworthy are in reaction to

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Daniel Fishel – NY Times Style Section

      Here is a series of illustrations I created for the NY Times Style section cover and back page. It’s for an article about the uprise of positive click bait websites like Thought Catalog and Upworthy are in reaction to

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National Journal – “House Floor”

I have a new illustration in the current issue of the “National Journal” for an article titled “The Floor” (see above). The story talks about the U.S. House of Representatives and specifically a chair that Rep. Jack Murtha routinely sat

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National Journal – “House Floor”

I have a new illustration in the current issue of the “National Journal” for an article titled “The Floor” (see above). The story talks about the U.S. House of Representatives and specifically a chair that Rep. Jack Murtha routinely sat

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Andrea Kalfas – Blooms of Nigeria

  A flower for Aisha. My friends Rebecca Bradley and Janna Morton run the project Blooms of Nigeria, a blog whose goal is to present nearly 200 illustrated flowers, each for a different girl who was taken in the April kidnapping in Nigeria, and to keep the

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Andrea Kalfas – Blooms of Nigeria

  A flower for Aisha. My friends Rebecca Bradley and Janna Morton run the project Blooms of Nigeria, a blog whose goal is to present nearly 200 illustrated flowers, each for a different girl who was taken in the April kidnapping in Nigeria, and to keep the

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly

Quick Spot for LA Weekly.  Helicopter Drones purchased by the LAPD migrated from Seattle to LA, with mixed feelings from its citizens.  

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – LA Weekly

Quick Spot for LA Weekly.  Helicopter Drones purchased by the LAPD migrated from Seattle to LA, with mixed feelings from its citizens.  

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PJ McQuade – David Cronenberg – Kill Screen

  I recently created an illustration of visionary director David Cronenberg for Kill Screen, a videogame arts and culture magazine. This issue tackles the topic of virtual reality by looking into its past and future.  Many of Cronenberg’s films, especially

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PJ McQuade – David Cronenberg – Kill Screen

  I recently created an illustration of visionary director David Cronenberg for Kill Screen, a videogame arts and culture magazine. This issue tackles the topic of virtual reality by looking into its past and future.  Many of Cronenberg’s films, especially