Illustration for Six Years Later 003 magazine. Theme - Instinct. Title - NO HARM. Trust your instinct, it means you no harm. This artwork captures my human behaviour that is mediated by unconscious reactions. Inspired by animal who born with certain instincts to protect themselves.
Six Years Later is an art-work only magazine. No articles, no interviews, no top 100 tips that will make you the next big thing. They wholly believe that pictures are worth a thousand words... maybe even a thousand and one.
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A voice in the wildness. I was living here for 13 years. Still tiger!
Hometown - Kotabaru, Kalimantan Selatan, Indonesia. This district has an area of 9442.46 km ² and has a population of as many as 290 142 people (result of Indonesian Population Census 2010 ) with sea fishermen as much as 15 961 inhabitants. This area is a motto "Sa-ijaan" (Banjar language) which means: Semufakat, a heart and a one word yes.
I'm still on the road, try to find new inspiration through this holiday. Internet not too easy to get, lost almost all those online connection. But yea, I have more time to do more stuff in this sabbatical plan. I got more pictures from my previous art studio - part 01.
You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy. My art studio, I've decided to let it go and back to home studio again. I'm saving money to fund my personal art project and embarking in new adventures. Goodtimestudios is all having a good time! Nice creative people, awesome parties and colourful art exhibitions. I used to count the days, created new art. Countless beers and tea for strangers/ friends who visit this studio. I had a wonderful closing party. Without my friends' crazy presence, my last day in there would have been just another day in calendar. It's time to move on. I'll be traveling overseas for two months, shut down my brain, forget about work and create more personal art. I'm counting down the days...
Thousand people to Night Noodle Markets, it's really packed. The Good Food is almost gone, 1 hour queue for ChinChin meals. Great beat of musics, I enjoyed it. Still feel hard to share the air with other thousands but the lanterns was shining beautifully. All those pattern fill my world. Colourful.
Drawing by me via instagram.
Florence Welch : I've always been a bit of a decorator. I think if I wasn't a singer I'd probably be in stage setting or interior design or something. I like clutter and I'm quite visually greedy. I can't have things to be plain; I have to have things looking interesting... maybe I'm just a frustrated interior designer stuck in a singing career.
It's never too late to start a new. NO NEED... (1) to act on impulse or feel the need to continually do something. there is much to discover in the act of not doing. (2) to rush to do something. take time and do things at your own pace. different rhythms & harmonies weaved together create a symphony. (3) to try and be different or stand out. just simply being ourselves is what makes us unique. (4) to worry about always needing to create something beautiful. embrace the true artist within who is expressive & sharing something meaningful with the world. (article by Satsuki Shibuya)
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