Monday, June 24, 2019

Sketches at Ghim Moh food centre

This is the food centre near my house. I like the thosai, sugar cane, hokkien prawn mee and curry chicken there. I used to like the chee kway there but after trying it on saturday, I've decided that the one served at Tiong Bahru food centre is way better. The hakka yong tau foo and fried kway teow is also supposed to be good. But I seldom eat from those stalls as they always have a long wait.



This is the fried kway teow stall (right) my dad likes eating at. It's famous and always has a long line. My dad, however gets to cut the line now and then because he has known the chef for so long. He just orders over the side wall. I don't know if he still does that, since he's started eating healthier.

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Aljunied

Mother's Day dinner for mother-in-law at Penang Seafood Restaurant at Aljunied.
This is the new location. The restaurant is fancier now. The Penang fried kway teow still tastes great.
Hero 9018 + Japanese stick tones applied with photoshop.

Hero


Using my seldom used Hero 9018 fude fountain pen. Teamed up with food colouring.

Monday, April 22, 2019

Happy packets

IPS Social Lab commissioned me to design some ang paos (money packets) for them. Instead of going with a Chinese new year festive red packet design, I decided to create packets that could be used year round. Like, for weddings, birthdays and baby first-month celebrations. I usually have to utilise a "not-so-chinese-new-year-looking" packet for those occasions, so these would come in useful.

To make them versatile, I designed stickers that would fit those three occasions. They come paked with 6 blank money packets. And you can decorate each packet however you like for each occasion. Fun for both adults and kids. Fits vouchers too. I wish I had more.











Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Bears in the hood


photography + gesso + inkjet + poster colors + color pencils + pencils + pastel chalk + paper