Thursday, July 29, 2010

Water Splashing

some old work from me. *iseng-iseng capturing
I always love to capture some 'watering splash' moment

(I give this capturing part a title "Take and Give".)

"Here," she said
"Thank you," she replied

Monday, July 26, 2010

Hey, July..

Ok, I try to handle my inconsistent behaviour about this blogging thing.

You know, living and working in the suburbs can actually make your brain work to figure out what should you do to break up the boredom.

this is my list of the month :

- barefoot on the green grass or sand, or whatever, i love being barefoot

picture from here

i love how it show you how natural your step is.. ;))

ah.. cute and beautiful barefoot,,

and I'm mostly always barefoot when dancing..

and when take a break while practice...

(guess where's my feet??)

but mostly, i always love being barefoot.. I don't know why..

and this is my favourite slipper, transparent, and simple.. just gimme the feeling I called 'barefoot effect'

(sorry for my swollen feet, that's when I've got exhausted after a long trip to a beautiful island..)

- I really loves clothespin, whatever it form, wooden, plastic, any colour,just gimme this,,

source : here



and google image.

but mostly wooden, I guess.. hehe..

and this is mine.. I started to collect them, when I (actually, my best friend) finally found it in ACE HARDWARE. Thanks, Kay!!

cute, isn't it??

and i'm into new camera now. please somebody, i need powershot canon E1 right now. where the hell i can get this thing

and finally,,
I give you some spoiler about where I live.. yes, the suburbs, it has a lot of rice fields around.. and surrounded by the mountains..

Hey, July..

Ok, I know it's been too late, but on last June, I have my lovely journ(al)ey book on this exhibition.

This exhibition named Recreate x Reality x Representation, the 3rd 15 x 15 x 15 exhibition, that organized by KGB (Keluarga Grafis Berseni) ITB, an exhibition on my campus that requires the participants exhibited any artwork that it's dimensions must be no larger than 15 x 15 cm. Curated by Sally Texania, featured 70 artists and over 150 artworks with various medium was there.

and remember my book on this post before??

yes, i made them for this exhibition,
and this is some of my pictures..

see the caption??
it's Journ(al)ey..:)

see? this is the smallest book that I've ever made..

I Wanna Know Now..

It's been so long since my last post..
Life's turning, something's change, another year, another work..

Hello, Myself..

It's me cutting hair and moving my entire life to new part in the suburbs.

Wishing for me. Because Journ(al)ey is in progress.