ISSUE TWO




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ISSUE TWO: MONSTER (สัตว์ประหลาด)   contributors

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Bangkok native Teerayut Thun Puchpen (TRK) designed the cover for ISSUE TWOTRK is known for his gory and mildly perverted black and white illustrations.

TRK‘s most recent monster themed solo show opened in conjunction with his skate decks for Preduce Skateshop Thailand.  Keep up with TRK‘s latest works on his blog.

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Korakrit (Krit) Arunanondchai designed ISSUE TWO‘s inside cover. A Bangkok native, Krit splits his time between Thailand and the States. He is currently finishing up his final year of Columbia University’s MFA program. Check out more of his work at korakrit.com.



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Thai native Terawat (P’O) Teankaprasith is the illustrator for PAINKILLER, a local menswear brand.

Keep up with his latest works via his blog, BEAUTIFUL ONE.



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Singapore illustrator Sheryo describes her work as “weird, imperfect” and “gnarly.” She has freelanced for Adidas, MTV, Intel and Converse, but finds time to work with Little Lotus Project, an arts camp for refugee and migrant children on the Thai/Cambodian border. Check out her blog for more projects and for information on how to donate to the LLP.

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New Zealand-Cambodian artist Samapeap(Peap) Tarr is currently settled in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Peap‘s mural work can be found all over Cambodia in conjunction with his crew, Army of Snipers. Keep up with Peap via his Tumblr.
 
 

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Thai illustrator Tripuck (PUCK) Supawattana‘s eye-catching monograph TRIAL PUCK: ARTWORK 2005-2010 is published by Let’s Comic. His designs often grace Thai brand ERR-OR‘s t-shirts. At only 26 years old PUCK is emerging as one of Thailand’s most prolific contemporary artists with his subtle satire of Thai culture. Check out more of his work on his blog.

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Malaysian artist Shahril Nizam currently lives and works in Kuala Lumpur. His intricate illustrations and poetry have gained him recognition by Esquire Malaysia. He is currently working on a series of paintings and illustration for his first solo exhibition. More of Shahril‘s work can be found on his blog.

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