Friday, November 26, 2010

Buy Nothing Day

“Consumerism is based on the idea in society that we never have enough and that getting more things will make us happier. It is preying on people’s basic feelings of contentment in order to make a profit for the few,” says Cindy Rosin, a spokesperson for the New York City-based Freegans and a supporter of Buy Nothing Day.

who says print is dead?

the night of living dead pixels / prototype 2 from éditions volumiques on Vimeo.


It's quite fun to dress up somebody terribly. Hahahaha, but who knows maybe this is gonna be next fashion trend. lol

Monday, November 22, 2010


In the past few months I had been looking at everywhere to get inspirations for my own Coffee-shop,. This tea house is one of my favorites, wish someday if I get a chance to visit it.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Library on a Donkey

waoo, this guy Luis Soriano makes me realized that we are spending too much time on complaining about how bad is our society affecting our life, instead of start to do something to change it.

New balance sneaker Projection mapping

This is such a unique usage of the projector!

New balance sneaker Projection mapping_01 from Hayoung Jung on Vimeo.

Alex Dukal

Last night as my daily routine on my way of finding inspiration for my upcoming project, accidentally found this amazing Argentinean illustrator, Alex Dukal, I love his sophisticate pastel color usage, character design, and all those brush details. Definitely a good example to look at as a digital illustrator!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

George Psalmanazar

I found this guy pretty funny, what would happen if Taiwan were just like what he described? I almost wish our culture were that mystic as in his narrative. Well, expect the carnivalism part...

"Building upon this growing interest in his life, in 1704 Psalmanazar published a book entitled An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island subject to the Emperor of Japan which purported to be a detailed description of Formosan customs, geography and political economy, but which was in fact a complete invention on Psalmanazar's part. The "facts" contained in the book were in fact an amalgam of other travel reports, and were especially influenced by accounts of the Aztec and Inca civilization in the New World and by embellished descriptions of Japan. Thomas More's Utopia may also have served as an inspiration. According to Psalmanazar, Formosa was a prosperous country with a capital city called Xternetsa. Men walked naked except for a gold or silver plate to cover their genitals. Their main food was a serpent that they hunted with branches. Formosans were polygamous and husbands had a right to eat their wives for infidelity. They executed murderers by hanging them upside down and shooting them full of arrows. Annually they sacrificed the hearts of 18,000 young boys to gods and priests ate the bodies. They used horses and camels for mass transportation and dwelled underground in circular houses."

source from Wikipedia.