Silent Retreat by Angella Yuen. The laughs and the colours used are haunting, just makes me want to find out more. Looking forward to more works from this artist.


I'm just absolutely drawn by this photo, the jeans, the belt, converse and oh the specs... it's a chic world always at the sartorialist.

Armed with a Filet-O-fish burger and a bottle of chocolate milk, but Garfield (this cute Garfield look-alike cat) failed to make his( I think it's a he) round at NUS. Disappointing.

Becoz of Garfield, I got to know that HDB owners are not allowed to have cats in their homes. It totally doesn't make sense to me as certain dogs are allowed in HDB. Obviously, whoever came up with the ruling either doesn't like cats or don't care to find out more about cats. Now I understand why I see some aunties feeding cats at void decks. Hmm... wait, but I remember one f my friends stays in HDB but he has 2 cats. So you see as long as you take good care of your cats and have non-kapok neighbours, it's still okay to have cats in your HDB? Or is he not staying in flats? Maybe he stays in a condo? Then how come condo owners can have cats but not HDB owners? Really don't makes sense. Or am I wrong?


Miyuki Tsugami really like this artist paintings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (oops..)Lucie Rie- an incredible image of artist at work; never fails to get me imagining having to paint, or play with ceramics the whole day long, in a studio of my own that is faraway from other humans.

I discovered another beautiful blog today: a slowboat to mediocrity, seen it quite a few times on a few blogs but only click on it today. Discovered some really nice images there! Made my day!


more cute kitties here

These cats' drawing makes me want to get my own cats!
Really like this artist style, never fails to makes me feel more relax with her artworks.


image fr here

Mine latest fetish... do check out Gary Baseman's site in my blogroll.

Did you manage to catch the Night Festival at Bras Basah area? It's in its third year but this is the first time I manage to attend it. I think the whole concept of it is great as it gets people queueing to view otherwise empty exhibits. Plus of course overseas shows are also brought in. Of course, the most anticipated show must be Paraboles 2.0 by Compagnie Off (France) and Victric Thng (Singapore). Though the crowd watching it at first was huge but quite a number of people left half way into the show. For me, I actually waited to see this show and when the 6 dishes outside Singapore museum started moving and the carnival music from the other show ended, I was so excited.

Ended up it was quite an anti climax, the build up of the atmosphere, the eerily music, moving eyeballs and the whole spectacle was good and it successfully created more question marks in my head than the drama "Lost". And the explosion at the end really woke me up, I guess that is what they mean by ending with a bang.

But all is to be expected as it is an art event and without such puzzling and chim performance, how can it be considered an art event? If there are no controversies then that's worse.

Overall, I think it was a successful event, whatever happy, new or gay world. It has live up to being a night festival and people enjoyed a great weekend night's out!