Trinker Media Wrestling Project. (photo)


Photo journals

Arena México, México City

This is one of the most popular and relevant arenas in the world, fully dedicated to Wrestling.

These collections open a window into the main events in Mexican wrestling, introducing us to the sportsmen that have established the foundations of this sport.

Arena Mexico


Arena San Juan, Cd. Nezahualcóyotl

Ciudad Netzahualcóyotl is a “barrio” located within the northeast metropolitan area Mexico City, it is considered to be one of the toughest districts of the city, but it is also known by its wrestling tradition.

Taking a glance into this arena we can feel the genuine love for this sport and how its local audience has built a true tradition on Mexican Wrestling for the last eighty years.

Arena Aan Juan


Roundhouse, London

Camden, 2009. Several Mexican wrestlers started a world tour called “Todo por el Todo” gathering some of the biggest names in Mexican wrestling and challenging them to loose the mask on a bet match. This album is the recollection of those events.

Camden, London


New concept photography & Illustration

Taking off from the main wrestling culture in Mexico, the album evolves from new concept photography, adding to it visual communication values in order to  integrate them to different audiences.

On this collection, objects like photography, illustration, desktop wallpapers, mobile phone wallpapers and mask studios can be found, all of them going through the scrutiny of graphical communication languages.




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