We were hopping around on Instagram when we chanced upon Brenton Huang. It’s where we saw guitars being cut open and being used as a form of storage, as a shelf. We knew he was crafty and found out that he also changed old seat covers with a new fabric, and also created a clock with a chopping board and some spare clock parts. He upcycles almost everything but we decided to speak to him more about his Guitar Shelves.
We were baffled (in a good way) by Heizal Jia Xin’s work initially when we saw her images. We couldn’t really make out what it was until we read her explanation and concept. Till now, we’re still bewildered by how she has taken these images and we bet you’ve never seen ice cream interpreted like this before. We spoke to Heizal to find out more about the story behind these images.
Alex Wong, a photographer we stumbled upon at Unsplash and were somehow drawn to his images amongst the many stunning shots others have contributed. We took a liking and searched more of his images. Lo and behold, he’s actually from Singapore. So we got in touch with him as we wanted to share his works with you. He shares with us 10 of his images and how he got into photography. (Fun fact, we’re using his image for our Facebook cover photo!)
Team Highness is focused on promoting the local hip-hop scene in Singapore. Founded by Rauzan Rahman and Rafidah Rahman, the duo has branched out into podcasts, live events and their own online tv on youtube. They also have the support of rappers Shigga Shay, Mean, G-Preme, Sweetch, Rifat Lockshire, Kira and many more. We spoke to Rauzan to find out more about what they do and the different segments they are covering.