Category Archives: Journal

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little

In Melbourne: Street Art

I haven’t posted in half a month! Guess life got a bit busy. Anyway, fast forward a little and now I’m in Melbourne! There is so much expression in this city- in the unique boutiques of local designers, the graffiti

In Melbourne: Street Art

I haven’t posted in half a month! Guess life got a bit busy. Anyway, fast forward a little and now I’m in Melbourne! There is so much expression in this city- in the unique boutiques of local designers, the graffiti

Textures from Tibet

I recently found the pictures I took from my trip to the Tibetan regions in South West China. Nostalgia! How I have forgotten the sheer delight of colours painted across their little towns and local villages. Sydney suddenly seems relentlessly

Textures from Tibet

I recently found the pictures I took from my trip to the Tibetan regions in South West China. Nostalgia! How I have forgotten the sheer delight of colours painted across their little towns and local villages. Sydney suddenly seems relentlessly

Street Art. On an island.

This post is mainly a show-and-tell about my visit to the recent Outpost Exhibition on Cockatoo Island, which celebrated the talent of multiple international street artists. I’ve always been a big fan of street art (when done well) because I

Street Art. On an island.

This post is mainly a show-and-tell about my visit to the recent Outpost Exhibition on Cockatoo Island, which celebrated the talent of multiple international street artists. I’ve always been a big fan of street art (when done well) because I

Art & Architecture

I recently wrote an essay on the influence of artistic visions in architecture, with a focus on the Expressionist Movement. It’s a little full-on to read but I thought I’d share a bit of it because I think it’s quite

Art & Architecture

I recently wrote an essay on the influence of artistic visions in architecture, with a focus on the Expressionist Movement. It’s a little full-on to read but I thought I’d share a bit of it because I think it’s quite

Life Drawing @ the Arthouse

I had my first encounter with a live model in my Painting elective this semester. It’s funny to think that staring at a naked person for 2 hrs can be considered educational. Even though that sounds sarcastic, I really do

Life Drawing @ the Arthouse

I had my first encounter with a live model in my Painting elective this semester. It’s funny to think that staring at a naked person for 2 hrs can be considered educational. Even though that sounds sarcastic, I really do