Author: Vincent Teo
Constantly trying to do too many things. My last words will probably be: I can do this, hold my beer.

This March commemorates the first year anniversary of one of the greatest scientists of the 21st century, Stephen Hawking. Well known for his work on black holes, Hawking transformed our understanding about the origins of the universe and was a best-selling author and pop culture icon with appearances in Star Trek, The Simpsons, Futurama and […]

One of the most influential video games of the early 90s, The Legend of Zelda is an action-adventure video game series first released by Nintendo in Feb 1986. The game was inspired by creator Shigeru Miyamoto’s childhood explorations in the hillsides surrounding his home. The game features chief protagonist Link who has the task of […]

There is no debate that Michael Jordan is THE greatest basketball player of all time (we stand by that). His accolades are many; having won six NBA championships (along with six NBA Finals MVPs), five-time NBA MVP, 14-time NBA All Star, 10-time scoring champion and the list goes on. Off-court, his accomplishments include saving the […]

American artist Tom Sachs has opened his Swiss Passport Office in London, which remained open for 24 hours between 6pm Friday, 5 October 2018 and 6pm Saturday, 6 October 2018. During that time, visitors are issued with a Swiss passport at a cost of €20. No British pounds are accepted as part of the installation […]

Sir Winston Churchill is the British Politician and war hero best known for leading the British involvement in the Allied war effort, resulting in victory over Nazi Germany in 1945. Widely considered one of 20th century’s most significant figures, he played an important role in defending liberal democracy from the spread of fascism. Sir Winston […]

We are big fans of Sesame Street having “literally” (pun intended) been raised by the Children’s Television Workshop and growing up singing along to “Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?”. Our favorite characters are from Sesame Street’s most long-standing comic duos, Bert and Ernie. Bert is often seen as the grumpy […]

Widely considered one of the most complete players in professional basketball, Kobe retired in 2016 after playing 20 seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers and leading them to 5 championships. He was also the first player in the NBA to have both his jersey numbers (He swapped from 8 to 24 mid-way in his career) […]

The protégé of Comme des Garcons founder Rei Kawakubo, Junya Watanabe started his own label under CDG in 1992. Well known for his patchwork jeans, worn by fashion people far and wide, Watanabe has created garments that have shifted the way people think about clothing, not just fashion.  Like his mentor, Junya is renowned for […]

Our love for 80s cartoons (which we would argue is the best era of cartoons) knows no bounds. One of our favorite series is  G.I. Joe. Commissioned by Hasbro to help sell more toys, the G.I Joe: A Real American Hero series was created by Marvel Productions about a group of highly trained U.S special […]