Take a journey into a monster world and get to know "Sticky Monster Lab", a multidisciplinary creative studio from South Korea that produces monster characters to capture humans' hearts.
Baan Boon is a Japanese-styled sorghum broom brand with a 30-year experience of producing export broom, designing the authentic Thai decorative item and practical magic of what a broomstick could do.
Take a look at a small studio attic, along with warm and unique paintings of Nattia.c, Nattiyaphorn "Pang" Mitcheltree, a skillful artist of houses, flowers, and wedding bouquets. From a girl who was not confident of herself to a successful Thai artist in the United States who has always received tremendous support from everyone around her and her customers with a little help from "Etsy", the largest art e-commerce website.
When a Taiwanese illustrator dares to satire the Panda-loving hype by curating Laimo to be the new character. And surprisingly, the jealous tapir is hiking up the trend, becoming an adorable animal of all kinds.
BooksBerry strangely presents itself as a children's bookshop where expectation to buy books become less. The leaning shelter for readers to harvest the seed of love, dream and imagination from the books.
Taichung is the town that archives Taiwan's art and culture in the collection. Aside from giving birth to the never ending-hype bubble milk tea, it is a place where art and design lovers shouldn't skip the page.
Under the pressure, she expects unfettered life and serene solitary.
When the Faculty of Architecture Chulalongkorn University Alumni invites seniors and juniors from old to new generations to sell their artworks through the NFT platform, why do they do it? And what types of art pieces will these 'Chula's architectural students' sell?
A conversation with the 3 artists who reveal how happening's Furoshiki textile is designed to be a multifunctional item-- wrapping, decorating or giftwrapping the muse to whom it may receive.