This installation by Do Ho Suh used silk to recreate both his childhood and adulthood homes, one within another, at full scale.
The Nakdong Riverside Yuchae Festival in Busan, South Korea
Picture: Scott Rotzoll
Source: National Geographic
Missing my loner adventure in Japan all of a sudden…
I keep “bragging” about how much I enjoy my solitude but it’s not until these past few years that I’ve truly gotten to do things/explore places strictly on my own…. because honestly, besides sitting alone during recess/lunch time at school, I’m almost always surrounded by people - either friends or family members.
I wish I was a better writer so my words could convey how I feel more effectively but I just can never put into words those emotions that I go through when I travel or go to places by myself. Like yes, it sometimes does feel very lonely but it’s a good kind of loneliness…I don’t even know how to describe it.
…is a multilevel 3m x 3m x 3m cube with tatami flooring, opening roof with skylight, rear door, kitchen, wet-bath with toilet. The design project attempts to incorporate all necessities within 3m cubed.
Violette Wautier - ฝากไว้ (Cover Version)
Violette Wautier, known for participating in the second season of The Voice Thailand, is the interpreter of the theme song for the new Thai horror movie The Swimmers. The song is outer-worldly, mixing an incredibly bewitching voice and absolutely beautiful music.