Wall garden. Featured coat hangers. Urban Garden Project @Siam Discovery, Bangkok.
Amazing reuse of everyday household items or furniture as plant containers. Urban Garden Project Display @ Siam Discovery Bangkok
Wonder Anatomie 2013: Thai designer at Bangkok Siam Center. My new purchase: Small Bird Blouse & Twist Skirt.
Facebook: Wonder Anatomie
Featured interview at http://sof.mqw.at/2012/09/14/asian-fashion-delights/
Supporting an up and coming young Thai designer.
Zen garden soft rug from Bangkok International Gift and Home Decoration Festival 2012.
The rug is so soft and the rocks and pebbles are made from natural textile material. It looked like a real zen garden.
It is a typewriter for the iPad. Users can enjoy the old feeling of typing and also the lastest technology.
Beware of TLOS spoilers!
This has been a labor of love that started about two weeks ago. It is a handmade keychain of the 8 items needed for the wishing spell :). Naturally I took a few liberties for the sake of the keychain, but I tried to stay as faithful as possible, all the way down to a “stony crown” lol. I gave one of these to him at the Naperville, IL book signing.
Thanks go to my sister for her help in assembling and general brainstorming.
Plastic Profit by Chulalongkorn University. Urban garden display for Garden Festival 2012 @ Central Plaza Rama 3 Bangkok.
DIY Doily Lamp
May 17, 2011
To Whom it May Inspire,
I, like many of you artists out there, constantly shift between two states. The first (and far more preferable of the two) is white-hot, “in the zone” seat-of-the-pants, firing on all cylinders creative mode. This is when you lay your pen down and the ideas pour out like wine from a royal chalice! This happens about 3% of the time.
The other 97% of the time I am in the frustrated, struggling, office-corner-full-of-crumpled-up-paper mode. The important thing is to slog diligently through this quagmire of discouragement and despair. Put on some audio commentary and listen to the stories of professionals who have been making films for decades going through the same slings and arrows of outrageous production problems.
In a word: PERSIST.
PERSIST on telling your story. PERSIST on reaching your audience. PERSIST on staying true to your vision. Remember what Peter Jackson said, “Pain is temporary. Film is forever.” And he of all people should know.
So next time you hit writer’s block, or your computer crashes and you lose an entire night’s work because you didn’t hit save (always hit save), just remember: you’re never far from that next burst of divine creativity. Work through that 97% of murky abyssmal mediocrity to get to that 3% which everyone will remember you for!
I guarantee you, the art will be well worth the work!
Your friend and mine,
“ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE!”
(via Letters of Note)