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Andrea Kalfas is an illustrator living and working in Baltimore, MD. This is a blog for ideas, progress, and things to show off. Thanks for looking and check back often!

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New one for the New York Times: Letters about the misleading nature of diet pills. Check out the article online here. Thanks to my art director Nathan Huang!

New one for the New York Times: Letters about the misleading nature of diet pills. Check out the article online here. Thanks to my art director Nathan Huang!

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. Thanks to AD Elizabeth Jones for the fun project!

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. Thanks to AD Elizabeth Jones for the fun project!

New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD. It’s up today online: check it out! Thanks to art director Alexandra Zsigmond.

New piece for the New York Times Letters section about the rise and perhaps over-diagnoses of ADHD. It’s up today online: check it out! Thanks to art director Alexandra Zsigmond.

New illustration for the New York Times Letters section. This one’s about reigning in health care costs by taking away numerous, sometimes needless testing rather than rationing who gets what care. You can read the article here. Art direction by Alexandra Zsigmond. 

New illustration for the New York Times Letters section. This one’s about reigning in health care costs by taking away numerous, sometimes needless testing rather than rationing who gets what care. You can read the article here. Art direction by Alexandra Zsigmond. 

I made this struggling little moth for this article in today’s New York Times Op-Ed pages. It’s about the ongoing battle on women’s reproductive health and the author’s frustration over the fact that this debate still goes on.
Thanks to AD Matt Dorfman!

I made this struggling little moth for this article in today’s New York Times Op-Ed pages. It’s about the ongoing battle on women’s reproductive health and the author’s frustration over the fact that this debate still goes on.

Thanks to AD Matt Dorfman!

Bust Mag

I recently did this piece for Bust Magazine's Oct/Nov issue on newstands now, for the article “Backseat Drivers No More” as part of their News From A Broad section. Big thanks to my AD Erin Wengrovius who pushed for those sweet pink lucite wayfarers.