Sylmar Goat Hoser..

The story starts with disc golf. My friend Joe got me into the sport and we have been playing every chance we get. California has a wide range of different courses to choose from with a variety of terrains and scenery. One course in particular though has continued to baffle me. The Sylmar Disc Golf Course at Veterans Memorial Park in Sylmar, California not only feature a moderately hilly & wooded course, but it also has amazing wildlife, including a Goat Hoser that has his own igloo. If you think you just read that wrong, read it again. Facts about the Goat Hoser:

1. He is a Goat
2. He owns an igloo
3. He doesn't take any crap
4. Don't throw your disc over his fence because what's on his side, stays on his side
5. (Most importantly) Goat Hoser hates Hoagies. Bri-guy tried to give him one once; it only ticked him off and was discarded at the entrance of the igloo.

I couldn't think of a better way to honor this Goat Hoser other than making him his own Disc Golf Disc. Submitted for your approval is an illustration of the infamous Goat Hoser atop of his iconic igloo. Perhaps he will like it enough to let us print his image on some discs and play on the course. Enjoy!


Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

"You belong to Ching Dai. I must sacrifice you..."

This poster for me has been such a long and rewarding process. Number 2 in my cult classics poster series, I present John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China. Kurt Russell stars as Jack Burton, a big-talking, wisecracking truck driver who’s suddenly hurled into a wild adventure even he could never invent. At the root of it all is Lo Pan (JAMES HONG), a 2,000 year old evil magician who rules an empire of spirits beneath San Francisco’s Chinatown. Doomed to a fleshless existence, he can only be saved by a green-eyed Asian beauty. When the fiance (SUZEE PAI) of Jack’s friend (DENNIS DUN) is kidnapped by Lo Pan’s minions, Jack goes to the rescue. He finds himself dodging demons, grappling with goblins and facing baffling terrors like the Room of the Upside-Down Hell as he battles his way through the labyrinth of Lo Pan’s dark domain.
This piece focuses on the scene in which Lo Pan is being wed to both Miao Yin and Gracie Law; two girls with green eyes that he must sacrifice to Ching Dai, an ultra powerful black magic demon that can grant Lo Pan with eternal life. Will he succeed?? Will Jack Burton save the girls in time??