‘Fight Club’ For Wired Magazine
Check out the latest November issue of Wired Magazine! The crew thinks up some ‘What If’ scenarios, and dream fights they’d like to see, on some Big Battle Kaiju status stuff. I lent my hand to their Bowser vs. Sharktopus match up. Of course, I couldn’t resist giving Bowser the 8-bit treatment, albeit this is actually more 16 or 32 bit but the pixels are still here to represent either way.
Illustration by Sachin Teng, AD by Bradley Hughes
‘It’s Easy Being King’ for The New York Times Sunday Review
This past Sunday New York Times featured an article about stress in the work place and how those at the top seem to be missing out on all the fun. The higher up in the company you are, no matter how much work you have to do, you’re still chillin.
I gave my take for the Sunday Review, locking all the office workers in an office shaped like a Bug Out Bill stress toy. While the boss strolls out whistlin’.
You can check out the article here
Illustration by Sachin Teng, AD by Erich Nagler
‘California King’ for The New Yorker
Check out the October 29-November 5 issue of the New Yorker! Kendrick Lamar drops his new album ‘Good Kid, M.A.A.D.’ and the New Yorker’s Sasha Frere-Jones weighs in this Compton bred rapper, blowing up right now and taken under the wing of Dr. Dre.
The album is about Kendrick caught in the struggle of Compton and using music to escape all the suffering. There are so many parallels to the early life of the Buddha when he was still Siddhartha, it seemed only natural.
You can get a preview of the article here
Illustration by Sachin Teng, AD by Chris Curry
Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.
With a passion for timeless rustic Americana and quality American made goods an idea was born. Travois Goods Company. Hand designed and crafted goods made right here in the USA. “I am firm believer in quality craftsmanship speaking for itself. As you can see from my work I have put in the time and care for each piece to reflect just that.” Each print comes with its own unique hand crafted rustic wood frame. So not only are you getting ready to hang art you are getting a frame that is art in itself.