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Officeman to the Rescue

By Sam Rooeintan | 2009

In 2009 I revisited some of the sketches I had done back in 2000 and using a new grunge technique I had learned in Illustrator I brought them to life. This one is a reversal of the idea of Superman shedding his costume.

Time Prisoner

By Sam Rooeintan | 2009

This is yet another grunge effect illustration based on a sketch done back in 2000. The idea pretty much revolves around the fact that every aspect of our lives is governed by time and there is no way we can exist outside of it in our current form and that effectively makes us prisoners of time.

Shade

By Sam Rooeintan | 1994

Back in 1994 I started this series of satiric cartoons based on a cartoon character I had created named Roo. This one was done for a competition themed Shade. It took countless hours of ink drawing to get the idea illustrated but the final product is well worth the effort.

Conflict

By Sam Rooeintan | 1994

The idea behind the drawing was brewing for many years till one day I decided to execute it. This is a satiric take on idiotic reasons behind conflicts and the futile nature of them.

Bargoat

By Sam Rooeintan | 1993

When I moved to Spain in 1991, barcodes were becoming more and more prevalent on all products and they started slapping them on almost everything. I started a series of cartoons based on barcodes and Bargoat was one of them. It is a satiric take on commercialization of everthing.

Reusable Barcodes

By Sam Rooeintan | 1993

As part of my barcode series I was always looking to find new and innovative ways to illustrate the concept. Reusable Barcodes was a satiric take on how we cherish our consumerism and we would wash it if we could.

Chief vs Buzzard

By Sam Rooeintan | 1991

This illustration was an attempt at poking fun at the creation of war bonnets. The cartoon is looking at the situation using the buzzard's perspective and illustrates his frustrating side of the story.

Squeaky Clean Pets

By Sam Rooeintan | 1991

In this illustration I wanted to explore the idea that not everyone cares about others' belongings the same way. The idea was to poke fun at how the cleaning lady would wash the pets just as she washes the clothes.

 
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