TerrorBull Games

Take control of world politics with a British line of satirical board games

British gaming start-up, TerrorBull Games, takes some of the world’s most serious and complex issues and turns it into entertainment with satirical board games that may or may not be family friendly, based on your definition of quality family time. The company’s first board game, War on Terror, made headlines when it debuted with mixed reviews from the public as either being satirically amusing, or …

Jeremy Dean: Futurama

Known during the Great Depression as "Hoover Wagons," artist Jeremy Dean's new series "Futurama" draws on the historical phenomenon of horse-pulled cars, repeating this lamentable bit of history with his own hybrid auto carts fashioned from the back ends of gas-guzzling Hummers and Escalades. At the recent Scope Miami art fair Dean showed life-like models—tricked out with quintessential details like functioning drop-down TVs and ostentatious …

Design for Obama Book

by Maggie York-Worth When Aaron Perry-Zucker sent out an open call for posters inspired by Obama’s presidential campaign to post on DesignforObama.org, he didn’t expect the windfall of high quality art that arrived from around the world. But the icing on the cake was an e-mail from Spike Lee after he stumbled upon one of Perry-Zucker’s submissions, a recreation of the poster for his movie …