All posts filed under: Highlights

A special posie for Mrs. Henley

Spring is such a gorgeous time when the blooms are budding and the birds are chirping. Last week I had a very special posie request for a 70th birthday celebration. For this occasion I had the the chance to handpick stems from my spring garden. Though only a small garden I’ve managed to keep rocket, […]

Cookbook launch!

A HUGE (& belated) thank you to everyone that came out to support the Condiments & Marinades of Asia cookbook launch at The Local Garage.  It was an awesome afternoon and I was blown away by the support. Some cookbooks are available from web shop. Alternatively for those of you in Perth, a local-pick up from fSpace Co-working […]

Condiments & Marinades of Asia Cookbook launch

Originally inspired by traditional home-style Vietnamese cooking and after a successful pop-up backyard initiative to offer exciting food experiences around Fremantle, Condiments & Marinades of Asia is the first volume in a world tour of condiment cookbooks, with releases in years to come covering all continents and cultures around the globe. For those of you […]

The book has been published!

The Art Book The Rose, the Butterfly, the Bee and the Moth  was published to coincide with the Japanese tour of mimi duo, Duncan Gardiner and Setsu Masada. Their musical score “Falling Like Tears” was inspired by this book, originally created in 2009 by award winning artist Jo Darvall. Original story was written by Jane Harrison, translations […]

Introducing Clean Slate.

Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design class of 2016 have finally voted on a logo design – Hooray! Introducing Clean Slate. Afternoon craft session in the Industrial design workshop. Playing with type. A Type poster for the Clean Slate Fundraising campaign. ‘Clean Slate Sprinkles Gluten Free‘ Clean Slate mash-up 😉  

Roaming Shhh-it’s-a-test Kitchen

A couple of months ago, my housemate Marie invited me to attend a workshop called ‘Restaurant Day Lab’ organised by FORM. She said it was held on a Sunday afternoon for 5 hours (!!) and that there be food involved. She got me with the food bit:) Along with 23 other attendees that Sunday, we […]

Perth’s trans-FORM-ation …

Having recently relocated to Perth, I couldn’t help but notice a very special urbanscape as I walked the streets of Northbridge and the city centre. I kept stumbling on amazing murals in laneways and in car parks. This was when I discovered FORM an independent non profit organization, advocating for creativity and arts in Western […]

Piece of street

Happy Lunar New Year 2015! January marked a very chaotic and super jammed packed start to my year (in a good way that is). I moved out of our Gracia apartment in preparation for the trip back home to Oz, farewelled our wonderful friends who became our instant ‘spanish’ family (a challenge to do without […]

Freo Babble

Freo Babble (previously Barcelona Babble) grew from my love of dogs and an irrepressible urge to get to know the locals. Random encounters with local dog owners and their furry friends would inevitably lead to a good old chin-wag about each dog’s individual life story, their idiosyncrasies and the profound affect they had on each […]

kim-vu: get your blog on!

WOULD YOU AGREE THERE IS SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT INFECTIOUS ABOUT READING GREAT BLOGS? Thanks to all you creative and talented individuals out there in the Big BLOG-asphere (i.e crafty cat from my home town Melbourne: Pip Lincolne’s ‘Meet me at Mikes’ !), I want to share my creative adventures too!! Maybe I can provide […]