Wanderlust

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Do you ever feel missing a place you never visit before? Like... how you miss its beautiful old buildings, the smell of its petrichor in the lazy afternoon, the voice of people chattering and slurping their cuppa of tea in the café, the feel of walking on the sandy beach, the taste of its well-known gelato, and many else you can actually write them down here (if you have your time).

I was born always wanderlust. Raised by two traveling parents (guess what do they do), I was faced with the fact that I should visit places by the time I was older. I was overwhelmed with thousands of mementos that my parents brought me after their visits. I was enchanted on how beautiful the sights they have for their photographs background.

Just like my parents whom started their journey when they were 20, I want to initiate my own now.

Someday, for the love of God, I will step my foot on places I've never know before.

September Higlights

Sunday, October 11, 2015

#1: Bucket List Checked - Having my artwork displayed in an exhibition outside my uni.

This is a simple artwork I submitted for ISI Yogyakarta's biennially event, Diskomfest. This year's theme is about Future Food. The inspiration came from how we see social media as a facility where we can find where to eat next and it goes on and on until it became a lifestyle nowadays. 

The event itself was so exciting. It is interesting that the event took place in a market. I never seen or attend an art event in a market before. 

#2: No more student council... and being a committee in campus activities.

Au Revoir, Academic division and HMDKV! 

Thank you for the amazing year and glad to have you all as a team.

#3: Initiating a new business.

My two friends and I finally (have the guts) to open for business, which is still, related to graphic design, illustration, photography, and videography.

Yes, since we're open to business, don't hesitate to email us: hello.eurekadesign@gmail.com

#4: Finally choosing a topic for my final uni project.

Too fast, isn't it? I can't believe I will have my first concept presentation for final project by the end of the year. There will be also massive paper writing and revisions for this semester.

And yes, I will do a (big) illustration project for my final. Wish me luck!

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