Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Cutout Pattern Series 1 & 2

Cutout Pattern Serie 1
Cutout Pattern Serie 2

These are two artwork of my Cutout Pattern series. As you might notice, the edges were purposely made uneven to give it an antic look. There will be many more Cutout Patterns as I have already created the templates. Hope that you would enjoy the upcoming collection...

Monday, July 28, 2008

Shirt For Dinner

Last week, I was invited to a dinner party which was held by one of my friends at his place. It was one of those themed dinner parties and it was "Elements of Nature" this time. I would normally buy something to wear for the occasion but because I had already promised myself to reduce my spending, it was recycle and reuse with an added touch of creativity for my attire.

With that in mind, I started going through my old clothes and whatever unused fabric I had. To my amazement, I found an unused piece of weaved fabric which can be used to add a tad of traditional Malay influence onto a normal long sleeved shirt.

As it was "Elements of Nature" the weaved fabric was cut to resemble nature in the form of leaves and a butterfly. I now had a new shirt altogether, but the best part is it was my creation. I was even surprise when my friends started asking where I bought the shirt as they were also interested to get one themselves!

With compliments from friends, I might end up having my on apparel collection...

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Butterfly Sketches

This is my butterfly sketches. As an artist, creating sketches is important to keep us creative and active.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Recycle

My intention of creating this blog is to share some of my art and craft projects। The idea sparked when I was cleaning my store...I was so surprise to find so many art and craft materials which were kept in the store all this while। Some as long as 15 years, bought while I was still studying.

As an Art & Design graduate, and also an avid art lover, I felt bad throwing all the materials away। Therefore, I decided to put my skills and passion to good use and created "The Sequin Tree", my first artwork in a very long time – made from a recycled frame, unused sequins, acrylic and canvas.

This would be the first of many more artworks to come...stay tuned.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Thank you for Visiting

Thank you for visiting my blog. I will be adding my creative work to be shared with you soon as I am currently in the midst of preparing my creative artwork. Most probably by mid July, I will be able to post some photos and stories of my artwork. I really hope that my blog is beneficial to all of you especially to those who love art and craft.