Monkey Chef is a collection of short, autobiographical stories about my time spent working at a primate sanctuary in Pretoria, South Africa. I was the chef for both the monkeys and the humans. You can view the project itself at Kickstarter. Thanks for having a look!
Here’s one I got to do for Baltimore City Paper’s short story fiction contest! It’s a really great story, and you can read it here. Thanks for looking! Below are both versions: the black and white for print, and color for their website.
Here’s a new one I got to do for Grantland Quarterly, about the football player Rob Gronkowski and his injured back which might bring him money woes in the near future. Thanks for having a look! More illustrations at: mikefreiheit.com
With the final season of Breaking Bad premiering last night, we thought it would be the perfect time to showcase some of Illo Confidential’s Breaking Bad inspired illustrations, featuring work by Brian Taylor, Kelsey Dake, Mike Freiheit, Alex Fine, Kyle T. Webster & PJ McQuade. Tread lightly, & enjoy!
Hey all! This is the first issue of the comic I’ve been working on called Monkey Chef, which details the 9 months I spent living and working in South Africa as a chef for monkeys at a primate sanctuary! It’s four stories, 44 pages, black and white interior, color cover, and this is the second …
Here’s a piece I was asked to illustrate about the rise of gun violence/muggings in certain areas of Seattle. You can read the article here. You can view more of my work at mikefreiheit.com. Thanks for looking!
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 …