Last month I made a couple of big complicated illustrations for a restaurant chain out in California called Rubio’s. They specialize in fish tacos and wanted a “Where’s Waldo” kinda thing that would be the basis for this game where you have to find certain items, fish tacos among them. The first game went up while I was away in Oregon last week, and the next one will be up on September 21.
Go up and see if you can beat my time of 38 seconds. Of course, I had a head start I guess.
Here’s the game.
(You apparently have to input your email address. Sorry about that.)
Referring to the maze posted in the last entry, and published in McSweeney’s The Goods. Click the image to make it bigger.
If you shop, you know it’s President’s Day weekend coming up. If you read the paper, and we all know that no one reads the paper any more, you’ll also know it’s President’s Day. How? You might or may have seen this funny-shaped work of art:
This is in The Goods, which is a collection of fun and games and puzzles and tricks that will make you entertained and possibly forget about the bad news that newspapers are famous for. The Goods is courtesy of McSweeney’s and Tribune Media and includes many other artists of repute such as Adam Rex and Carson Ellis and Lane Smith and Jon Klassen and Sean Qualls and Jon Scieszka and Bob Shea.
Since you can’t turn this blog post around to see this better, as you can in a paper, I’ll upright it here for you.
Saturday I’ll post the solution to the maze. In case it’s too hard for you.