We’re moving into the year of tiger in two more weeks! Rawrrr!
Sunday, 31 January 2010
Thursday, 28 January 2010
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Monday, 25 January 2010
Curry chicken bun, coffee.
Current reads: The talking horse and the sad girl and the village under the sea by Mark Haddon
i’m seldom into poems, but i love the book ‘The curious incident of the dog in the night-time’ by the same author so much, i can’t help but brought this home. Oh and of course, i couldn’t resist the beautiful illustrated typography cover too.
Do you know that poems, like movies, has a certification system to classify its content to suit readers? i only found out recently – the book i’m reading is classified as certificate 18, thus:
“It is an offence to read or supply a poem classified as 18 to anyone under that age.” ~ pg 10.
Friday, 22 January 2010
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Monday, 18 January 2010
Sunday, 17 January 2010
Two soon-kueh and one peng-kueh, ice milk tea.
Current browse: I.S magazine
Quite a few exhibitions listed that i’m interested to catch:
– Border by Hans op de Beeck @ Sculpture Square. i still remember his ‘white’ installation exhibition, it was one of my favourites during Singapore Biennale 2007.
– Last Meals by Jonathon Kambouris @ Jendela. Described as “An eerie exhibition showcasing a series of photographic prints depicting mugshots of convicted killers and their selected last meals before execution.”
– Shoes and Social Fabrics by Michael Tan and Caroline Knowles @ NUS Cultural Centre.
– Deep Inside by Sohn Jinah @ MAD
Saturday, 16 January 2010
Friday, 15 January 2010
Thursday, 14 January 2010
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Sunday, 10 January 2010
Saturday, 9 January 2010
Friday, 8 January 2010
Thursday, 7 January 2010
Raisin bun, baby snack, coffee.
These mask lanterns are for a chinese new year project that i’m working on. Very pretty masks from France, will show the full view next time when there’s chance.
Wednesday, 6 January 2010
Soft toast with butter, cherry tomatoes, coffee.
This notebook was from Beijing. The black humour phrase on its cover caught my attention immediately when i walked into the little stationery shop. On the back it says: 人在江湖漂 哪能不挨刀. This is so true, isn’t it?
i have two Chinese New Year theme projects to work on, but my mind is still holiday-ing. Deadline by end of this week and another one next week. Bless me!