“Nachos killed by Buzz” — more on the back cover

Nachos killed my Buzz, Album cover back by Rohitash Rao

Nachos killed my Buzz, Album cover back by Rohitash Rao

TribeLA Magazine: What would you like to share with our audience and how do you hope to affect us?
Rohitash: Try and laugh a lot. The only thing that keeps me going is trying to smile through the pain.

TribeLA Mag: If you could choose a past literary/art/music movement to be a part of, which would you choose?
I wish I was in a punk band in the 80s. I also wish I could play an instrument.

TribeLA Mag: What fires you up?
New ideas.

In 2009 Rohitash and his longtime writing partner, Peter Nelson, published their first children’s book, “Herbert’s Wormhole” through Harper Collins. J.K. Rowling gave it a thumbs up and it soon led to a trilogy. The books are now sold all over the U.S., Brazil and Korea. Their second book series, “Creature Keepers” is a 4-book series and book 4 was released last October, 2017.

In 2012 Rohit and Peter created an animated pilot for Fox called “Rancho Cucamonga” that was based on Rohitash’s life growing up as the only Indian family living in Rancho Cucamonga. The pilot was produced by Lorne Michaels but as of yet has not been picked up.

Google’s “One Simple Thing” by Rohitash Rao…

Commercials and short films directed by Rohitash Rao can be found at this link.

Other important Rohitash links:

ART TODAY 040918 “Battle of the Album Covers” went viral with over a million hits (Here are a few by Rohitash Rao) + short film

Rohitash Rao Makes Cool Stuff (most of the time, he says) – The “Album Cover” exhibit at Google in Venice is just one of the 12 things we love about him

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