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LIFE OF QIN, DAY TO DAY LIFE DOODLES

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Going by Qin, she doodles every day events and keeps them documented on her Tumblr and Instagram. Her humour and light outlook on life is evident in her illustrations where she titles it, ‘Life of Qin’. What we really wanted to share was how she documents interesting happenings in her life in the form of doodles and shares it with the world. To us, it’s more meaningful than taking snaps of random things and sharing it just to get attention and likes. Moreover, her love for cats goes a long way. She sells merchandises of her illustrations in which an amount of the sale goes to cat organisations. We caught up with her and found out what made her doodle her life.

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AWARD WINNING ILLUSTRATOR YUNROO, COLLABS ON NEW BOOK

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Yunroo is an illustrator who has won numerous awards including the D&AD Student Awards, and has had her works displayed in various exhibitions. A full showcase of her distinct style across different works can be better seen at her website. She has recently worked on illustrating a book written by Eve Aw, which can be bought at Epigram Books. We caught up with her to find out more about her and the book.

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SELF TAUGHT PAINTER ZACK TAN ON THE MEANING BEHIND HIS PAINTINGS

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Zack Tan of zackartz is a self taught painter who paints the meaning behind a painting. He believes that the world needs a change in perspective and he wants to use his works to change it. Working mainly with oil paints, they are mostly of nature and scenic depictions as it gives him a sense of peace. For him, every artwork doesn’t come easy as it’s done from the heart, not just the mind.

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THE STORY OF A BRICK ARTIST, JEFFREY KONG

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Brick Artist, Jeffrey Kong of Artisan Bricks works with lego bricks to create various items. From structures like Rochester Park’s Starbucks to Retro playgrounds and even the Star Wars character R2-D2. He has been gaining recognition ever since he was awarded Grand Winner in The Joy of Lego’s mural design competition in 2012. He was also recently commissioned to create a model of the Lifelong Learning Institute building by Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). The piece consists of 3,000 bricks where WDA staffs helped to put bricks on the facade. We caught up with him and found out more about his other works and how he started.