Sorry for the lack of updates. Here are the reasons why:
1) I just reached Singapore some days ago and was dragged into a whirlwind of Chinese New Year festive.
2) I am working on an awesome blog called "What if I have a blog named what if…?". It is basically a blog illustrating various “what if” scenarios. I also have always had low-confidence in my handwriting so I tend to avoid illustrating anything text-based… but not anymore! With this blog I shall face it head first like a man!
Here is a little preview:
Why wait? Come join in the madness here!
So last month I visited SEASON TICKET presented by High Roller Society and Alex Daw.
I was greeted by a huge jaw.
These looks suspiciously like some character off Sesame Street. Just so you know, I have disliked the show my entire life. I will probably get a lot of hate out of this but I cannot see the appeal of awkward, non-aesthetically pleasing puppets talking about alphabets in squeaky or throaty strange voices.
Merry belated Christmas you all! Sorry for not being consistent with my posts lately. Will definitely be speeding up on my productiveness when I am back in Singapore in a week’s time. I have some projects in mind and I will be revamping my outdated website header (it’s not Christmas season anymore) soon!
I have always liked hand-drawn lines and so today I did a quick test to see how it would look like. I scanned in a pencil line drawing and colored in with Photoshop. I think a pen will work much better though. It is so much less time-consuming too… why didn’t I do this earlier?
What an awesome T-shirt slogan from Desigual.
"I love New York when i live in London but I dream of Barcelona."
Replace Barcelona to Paris and we are all set (not that I mind Barcelona at all)! It is indeed true that London has made me miss the buzzing energy of New York. It is also the place where I had my first delicious macaroon from Almondine Bakery situated at Dumbo. On a side note, Ladurée is now open at 864 Madison Avenue, which means that New York is officially perfect!
I know I know, I have been moaning and groaning about croissants for way too long. Therefore I have decided to take matters into my own hands and find delectable croissants in London. I heard that Paul makes pretty good ones, and although I was a little skeptical since it is such a huge chain spread across France, UK and even in Singapore soon, I decided to give it a try.
Almond croissant! I must say it looks pretty good! It doesn’t taste like a block of fluffy airy butter like the one in Fauchon (which by the way is a good thing, a very very good thing), but not too much to complain about!
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