Friday, 29 March 2013
I found this somewhere a long ago. I think this one is the best version of 30 days drawing challenge so far. Since I have some time off before I go to the university, I decided this summer break would be perfect for this drawing challenge. (Actually, I have done the first 4 of 30 already.) I never really did anything during my breaks and I always felt a little pointless. So, I'm quite happy and enthusiastic to draw these and make a book of my drawings. If you guys see this challenge, you should do it too. Maybe, change some details of what to draw each day if you don't like. I think it'll be fun for your break!
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
I have been waiting for the right time to blog something for half a year. It looks like I finally have to do something with it. A couple of months ago, I got a very surprising message from Molly Rauch, a stamp painting artist from New York, telling that I was the 600th who liked her art page and would get a copy of her stamp paintings. That was a really big moment for me like I'd never been contacted by my favorite artist before so, I was super super happy and excited.
As in the photos, her art is something like pasting a stamp on a paper and paint the extended scenes around it. I found out her work in a Thai magazine and started to follow her work since then. I think her art is really beautiful, lovely and creative. You should check out her website.
Friday, 2 November 2012
I'm always in love with film and old photograph especially black and white. I find it so charming. A few pictures which I selected below are my father's . I used my father's photos actually because he's the only one in our family who has kinda old film photos. They were all taken like 30 years ago. Do you agree with me that these are beautiful?
I think the younger one is my dad and the other is his brother. they grew up in their father's boxing camp which I think it's so cool.
my dad's brother and mother.
dad's family and the neighbors. Lovely..
brothers , sisters of my dad. That smiling face is dad's. It's surprising to see dad smiling so happily. Now, he's turned to a quite serious old guy.
"Photograph is nothing, it's life that interests me"
The title of this post was said by Henri Cartier-Bresson, a french photographer. I've never thought like this before I saw the quote. I saw it and then,I thought hey! This is true. We may be amazed by the photograph technique and the amazing light but finally something photographers want to send to us through photos is the most important thing. This may not be really about the quote, it's just what I was inspired by Cartier-Bresson.
Wednesday, 31 October 2012
This lovely little girl I saw a year ago was helping her mommy selling nuts. I just found the photos from dad's computer and yes, this was taken by him. She looked like a korean girl may be because she was wearing korean clothes! I somehow really like her :-)