Modern Grease way

I almost forgot to do my Grease sketch! I was at the Tempozan Harbor Village on the weekend and I saw this girl, really cool, has this ultra-cool, a lil bit of rock look in her outfit and her hair, which she did it like that ‘grease’ lookin’ hair! It was sooo cool and it … Continue reading

The Multi-Flagship

I’ve been blessed to have lived in different countries in the past of my life…it’s such an inspiring experience & advantageous opportunity to be able to do this in your lifetime 🙂 Living in a different country than your own opens up your eyes to what’s out there beyond what you know, it gives you … Continue reading

The underGround mushroom

Here’s a sketch I did on mushroom…not so whimsical, not too cute, a lil edge…so it’s more like the dark side of mushroom :p An A-line dress with a high bateau neckline with a red facing and side slit pockets in a shape of circle that reveals the contrast red lining Mushroom appliques are tacked … Continue reading

Why The Mushroom?

I have this thing with mushroom…yea mushroom 🙂 For me, I see mushroom as a symbol of fantasy, or dream, or something that is beyond reality…if you notice, anything that has a concept of fantasy, you can almost spot mushroom somwhere My fond of mushroom started when I saw Takashi Murakami exhibition at MOCA back … Continue reading

Swirling Hippie

Well you should already know by now that I’m into swirling stuff so what’s a better way to illustrate the 70s vibe than having swirling here n there? 😉 The Swirling Hippie Bustier out of Western style, American, check cotton shirt with denim piping, flared washed out denim and top it with that sexy loose … Continue reading

The 70s fever

This Spring 2011, the street youngsters and fashion runways have been hit with massive 70s fever. I walk down the Shinsaibashi-Suji shopping street in Osaka and every boutiques carry 70s inspired clothing. And after going to Hiroshima and looking at the PEACE pledge & messages, it kinda feels like going back to that 1970s era … Continue reading

The Black Rain

I can still picture the A-Bomb devastation in my head until now…and I read stories about the surviving victims, which really saddens me 😦 Found this website that has the victims’ stories and facts on nuclear bombs in those days and present… Here is a sketch I came up with… I remember about the black … Continue reading

Street live painting

I’ve been spotting live painting on the street of Osaka in the past few’s quite interesting actually to see how the artist transforms the blank canvas into a piece of art The 1st live painting I watched was by a friend of mine, Julie Blanchin, a French artist who resides in Tokyo now. She … Continue reading

Hiroshima’s Pain & Strength

I went to Hiroshima last week. I only knew about Hiroshima from the nuclear bombing back in 1945. So I was very curious to see how the city looks like now. We checked the city out on the internet and there’s a few site that is of the nuclear bombing…the A-Bomb Dome, Peace Memorial Park … Continue reading