Eepmon for Yahoo!

Posted on August 2, 2009 Under Art 0 Comments

My friend Eric Chan (Eepmon) just recently just finished two art pieces done for Yahoo! in South East Asia, for a campaign called "BIG IDE CHAIR". This is one of the two pieces he created for their event. Great, as…

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PSFK Goes To Asia

Grab your passports, put your seats and tray tables in their upright and locked position, and get ready for PSFK's Conference in Asia. Piers and crew are headed to tax-haven and very international city of Singapore to help spread the…

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Singapore Flyer

Posted on February 14, 2008 Under Life 1 Comment

A few years after its groundbreaking, the ace-looking Singapore Flyer has finally opened to vertigo challengers this week and I'm betting that Josh will be the lucky first among us here to ride it. A ferris wheel that wins the…

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Mimobots go Domo-kun

OhGizmo! has leaked a rumor about our friends at Mimoco launching a series of Domo-kun related mimobots. Domo-kun inspired stuff has been almost impossible to come by in the USA, while it's reaching the masses in Japan and many parts…

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Imprint Culture Lab

Many thanks to everyone who came out to the Imprint Culture Lab here in LA yesterday -- great seeing lots of familiar faces and meeting many new ones. If you missed it, you missed a stellar day diving deep into…

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YesStyle: Super Sale!

Posted on July 24, 2007 Under Fashion 1 Comment

There's that annoying stereotype that we Asians have a passion for math and science, but here's one thing I can whole-heartedly back up: we dress on the cutting edge. My bio photo, by the way, caught the only instance EVER…

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Gwon O-sang

Posted on November 3, 2006 Under Art 1 Comment

Korean artist Gwon O-sang calls his work a new method of playing with illusion and reality. We agree-- his 3 dimensional paper sculptures are mind boggling. You can read an interview of him here or an in-depth article here. The…

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Flake Laptop Bags

Utilitarian function meets sleek and simple fashion with Flake's new line of laptop bags. There are a lot of laptop bags out there, but few combine all the essential elements like these Flake bags do. The sling is made from…

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Mass Mayhem: Radioactive

Posted on June 22, 2006 Under Fashion 0 Comments

Mass Mayhem is the new crossover project by artist collective Radioactive (RDCTV) based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Inspired by the way graffiti artists use large areas of walls to create murals, the goal of part 4 of the full print…

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Malaysia Airlines: First Class

Posted on June 19, 2006 Under Travel 1 Comment

Our trip to Asia wouldn't have been possible without the generous and gracious sponsorship of Malaysia Airlines. We upgraded to first class in order to experience this airline which some rank as "best in Asia." (It's one of only a…

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