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Thomas Pitilli – Play Ball!

  With this week being the start of the new baseball season, I thought it would be appropriate to post this recent spring-themed illustration I made about an old urban pastime, Stickball. I have always been inspired by old photographs

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Thomas Pitilli – Play Ball!

  With this week being the start of the new baseball season, I thought it would be appropriate to post this recent spring-themed illustration I made about an old urban pastime, Stickball. I have always been inspired by old photographs

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Washington Post Express

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. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Washington Post Express

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. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I had a blast doing this Winter Olympics piece for Entertainment Weekly this week.  It was about NBC having trouble striking a balance between events people want to see and other less popular ones during primetime tv hours.  Thanks to

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I had a blast doing this Winter Olympics piece for Entertainment Weekly this week.  It was about NBC having trouble striking a balance between events people want to see and other less popular ones during primetime tv hours.  Thanks to

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Nashville Scene cover

Cover story this week for the Nashville Scene about comedians, musicians, and artists funding their craft on YouTube. Thanks to Elizabeth for the cover.   Here’s a link to the story: MyTube          

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Nashville Scene cover

Cover story this week for the Nashville Scene about comedians, musicians, and artists funding their craft on YouTube. Thanks to Elizabeth for the cover.   Here’s a link to the story: MyTube          

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Penthouse Magazine

Orgasmic Meditation Yet another Full pager and accompanying spot for the folks over at Penthouse Magazine. This one’s about the competition one man faces when the woman he is dating decides to share with him the practice of orgasmic meditation. 

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Penthouse Magazine

Orgasmic Meditation Yet another Full pager and accompanying spot for the folks over at Penthouse Magazine. This one’s about the competition one man faces when the woman he is dating decides to share with him the practice of orgasmic meditation. 

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Andrea Kalfas – Demolition Derby cover for Nashville Scene

    Here’s a cover illustration for the December issue of Nashville Scene on stands now. This is on a story about widespread tear-downs in neighborhoods with historic World War II era houses. You can read the full story online here.

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Andrea Kalfas – Demolition Derby cover for Nashville Scene

    Here’s a cover illustration for the December issue of Nashville Scene on stands now. This is on a story about widespread tear-downs in neighborhoods with historic World War II era houses. You can read the full story online here.

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Long Overdue Post of Work

Lots of bits and pieces here – NY Times, Foothills Brewing, Washington Post, Boston Globe …

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Long Overdue Post of Work

Lots of bits and pieces here – NY Times, Foothills Brewing, Washington Post, Boston Globe …

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Andrea Kalfas – New York Times Letters

    New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD in children and young adults. For this one I created a play on keepsake silhouette portraits parents have made of their

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Andrea Kalfas – New York Times Letters

    New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD in children and young adults. For this one I created a play on keepsake silhouette portraits parents have made of their

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Andrea Kalfas – aiCIO

Here’s a new piece for the December issue of aiCIO about partnership and the sharing of technology and knowledge. Thanks to AD SooJin Buzelli for letting me wax cyberpunk on this one. Check out the article online here. While you’re

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Andrea Kalfas – aiCIO

Here’s a new piece for the December issue of aiCIO about partnership and the sharing of technology and knowledge. Thanks to AD SooJin Buzelli for letting me wax cyberpunk on this one. Check out the article online here. While you’re

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

Here is a fun Holiday illustration for Portland Monthly.  I got to combine imagery from four different holiday theater productions here in Portland.  A few theater companies are producing a few unconventional and twisted Christmas shows: the tale of a

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

Here is a fun Holiday illustration for Portland Monthly.  I got to combine imagery from four different holiday theater productions here in Portland.  A few theater companies are producing a few unconventional and twisted Christmas shows: the tale of a

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Kyle T. Webster- Recent Editorial Drawings

Lots of work for various clients: The New Yorker, Experience Life, The Spectator, Wall Street Journal, Road & Track, Worth, NY Observer, and Maxim. Thanks for looking. -

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Kyle T. Webster- Recent Editorial Drawings

Lots of work for various clients: The New Yorker, Experience Life, The Spectator, Wall Street Journal, Road & Track, Worth, NY Observer, and Maxim. Thanks for looking. -

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Mike Freiheit – Illustrations for “Please Welcome”

I was asked to create images and branding identity for a new start up website called Please Welcome, which specializes in mail order items that are locally made or produced in small batches. Here are a few of the images

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Mike Freiheit – Illustrations for “Please Welcome”

I was asked to create images and branding identity for a new start up website called Please Welcome, which specializes in mail order items that are locally made or produced in small batches. Here are a few of the images

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I got to do a fun one for this week’s Entertainment Weekly about the Alamo Draft House Cinemas. It was a unique panoramic format that ran across the header of a double page spread.  So I got to highlight moments

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Entertainment Weekly

I got to do a fun one for this week’s Entertainment Weekly about the Alamo Draft House Cinemas. It was a unique panoramic format that ran across the header of a double page spread.  So I got to highlight moments

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Andrea Kalfas – Waldrapp Ibises for Nautilus

Illustration for Nautilus on the migration of Waldrapp ibises. This was for their 3rd issue, In Transit, though it was pulled from their online issue at the last minute. It’ll be appearing in a second print run of “In Transit” however,

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Andrea Kalfas – Waldrapp Ibises for Nautilus

Illustration for Nautilus on the migration of Waldrapp ibises. This was for their 3rd issue, In Transit, though it was pulled from their online issue at the last minute. It’ll be appearing in a second print run of “In Transit” however,

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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.

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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.

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Andrea Kalfas – Bad Girls for BUST Magazine

New illo for BUST appearing in the current Aug/Sept issue on stands now. This one’s about the trend of so-far pretty vanilla Disney-grown actresses starring in “bad girl” movies like Spring Breakers and The Bling Ring. Thanks to AD Lan Turong.

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Andrea Kalfas – Bad Girls for BUST Magazine

New illo for BUST appearing in the current Aug/Sept issue on stands now. This one’s about the trend of so-far pretty vanilla Disney-grown actresses starring in “bad girl” movies like Spring Breakers and The Bling Ring. Thanks to AD Lan Turong.

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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.    

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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.    

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Andrea Kalfas – Movies and Maps for Anthology Magazine

I had the opportunity to work with Anh-Minh Le at Anthology Magazine recently for their 2013 Winter and Spring issues. Here’s my illustration for their seasonal Screen Play article and a map (which I rarely get the chance to do!) for their feature

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Andrea Kalfas – Movies and Maps for Anthology Magazine

I had the opportunity to work with Anh-Minh Le at Anthology Magazine recently for their 2013 Winter and Spring issues. Here’s my illustration for their seasonal Screen Play article and a map (which I rarely get the chance to do!) for their feature

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

This is a full pager in the May issue of Portland Monthly about a collaboration between two theater groups to bring Ursula Le Guin’s book “The Left Hand of Darkness” to the stage. Beyond the normal complications brought about from

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

This is a full pager in the May issue of Portland Monthly about a collaboration between two theater groups to bring Ursula Le Guin’s book “The Left Hand of Darkness” to the stage. Beyond the normal complications brought about from