Friday, November 27, 2015

Imaginative Land of Loka Made

Another inspiring local artist ~ FeiGiap of Loka Made
Love the soft pastel colours which made the illustration looks so soft and  it carries 'light'.  
The artworks featured the Japanese's Shōjo Manga (少女漫画) kinda style. FeiGiap incorporates old building elements of Penang and Malacca (Melaka) into his illustration, if you can catch one :)  

More of his artwork: Fei Giap  and Loka Made

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Look out for our stars

Finally, after six months of hard work, I reach to a final stage of my post-graduate studies.
I am ready to receive new task :)

How about to consider ALEXANDRA TUNELL's Happy Project (item 3 : Use my time in more meaningful ways & item 5: Write down 3 things I grateful for every night before asleep. ) 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Leonard Combier's Artwork

Love at a first sight of his artwork, so detailed and small characters are catching everyone eyes. 
Léonard Combier is a 24 year-old French painter and illustrator living in Berlin. 
"My goal here is to amuse the spectator and to take him into my world. I want to make out of each artwork a maze, in which ones like to wander and discover all the nooks and crannies".

See more of his work here.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Mandala Kolam

In conjunction to Deepavali (or Diwali or Festival of Light) celebration, shopping mall prepared and decorated the floor with the Indian traditional creative artwork "Kolam". The decorative designs of 'kolam' which are decorated out of coloured rice into fascinating patterns of flowers.

Happy Diwali to all Hinduism

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

For the Makers of Tomorrow , an Indoor Mural Wall

I passed by this awesome mural wall at Masjid Jamek LRT Station (underground tunnel between Kelana Jaya Line and Ampang/Sri Petaling Line). The mural wall is 175 feet long. Just can't get my eye off it and it is easy to spot the integration of local elements (National Flower Hibiscus, Lion Dance, Wayang Kulit) in the wall painting.

 #ForTheMakersOfTomorrow is a collaboration project of local artists. It is sponsored by a telco company, Telecom Malaysia (TM).