Posts tagged "sweet streets"
Sweet Streets II at Gallery Nucleus

Sweet Streets II at Gallery Nucleus

From all the signs, tidbits and photographs floating around the web, the Sweet Streets II show curated by Caro seems like it was a huge success. Nucleus Gallery was inundated with neon lolitas and creatures with bling bling nails, jewels and cute sparkles. Truly I missed out, especially since I have been craving some Japanese...

Wall Paper and Glass

I recently came across Kitsune Noir, a design blog that does all sorts of clever things, like make mix casts, and find brilliant illustrators to make wallpapers to make your computer pretty. I spent about an hour going through all the archives and eventually chose a lovely artwork to grace my desktop. These beauties can...

Red Coats and Rainbow Glasses

My final piece for the Sweet Streets 2 Exhibition was influenced by 2 photographs from Tokyofashion.com, one of a gorgeous girl in a red coat, she is just the cutest thing, have a peek at the photos below. I especially liked her as she reminded me of Little Red Riding Hood. I’m particularly fascinated by...

Tokyo Tower

I have finished up this work for the Sweet Streets Exhibition. Now I need to find a suitable frame, and get working on my other pieces for the show. Here is a funny video of a smidgen of the the process. Mostly this is me twiddling my pencil! The girl was inspired by one of...

Currently in the mix

The illustrations above, I have been doodling around with today and yesterday, the first one is going to be part of an illustration for an exhibition at nucleus gallery, but I am still fiddling around with the details, I think I will put up process images later. Currently it’s a bit soggy outside, and I...

Sweet Streets

I have the pleasure of being included in the Sweet Streets Exhibition in September this year, and currently I am working on a few pieces for the show. Caro who is curating the show has featured some of my process in her blog documenting the exhibition. I have entitled my work Fukurou Fright. The owl...