Dainty and Blocked


Here’s some web inspiration I plucked from my Pinterest boards.

1.) Albert by Caterina Bianchini
2.) Mappa di Ortigia by Studio Formagramma
3.) Sam Thies by Twofold Graphic & Web Design
4.) Minimal Mix by Liz Grant

All photos are not my own, c/o to the credited designers.

** Sneak Peek **
I’m excited to announce on this blog some little news. I’ve been taking part in a small fashion film project over that past couple of months as the art director for the short films and photography for the look book featuring Toronto-based designer Rani Kim and her FW15 menswear collection.
Alongside with director, Julie Hong and producer Claire Lee.

Below is a promotional newsletter I designed photographed.
Top cover photo was photographed by Claire and edited by yours truly.

Short Films COMING SOON!

That Remix


Giving some big lovin’ to the following:

1.) Lisa Hedge: Huge fan of her work. I bet you will become fan her too!
She gets brownie points for also teaming up with J Crew. Hehe.

2.) ODDDS for Salt & Wood Magazine

3.) Sam Lane for Eleanor Finch Photography

4.) Emma Dime for Eva Kolenko Photography

Happy Saturday and have a good weekend to everyone! xx

All photos are not my own, c/o to the credited designers.

Les Graphicants

Les Graphicants are a Paris-based design studio and collective who create advertisements and posters for some of the most famous cultural and artistic institutions in France. They have designed several posters for the Centre Pompidou, publicizing their large-scale special exhibitions, as well as several posters for the Ballet, Paris Metro, and other exhibitions and shows. Their design point-of-view is clean, bold, and minimal, using digital collage techniques and a primarily black-and-white palette to create eye-catching compositions. (Trendland)


It’s no secret that I love to all things French, but to see the French do beautiful design other than fashion– now that’s just hitting my soft side. They seem to breath a different kind of experimental life into their work. At the moment, I’m very fixated on the idea of printing, then framing some of my favourite design posters alongside with abstract artwork and black and white photography. I would do all this in a heart beat, but I would have to find a new home where I am permitted to drill holes into the wall…until then.

White Cap

Anthropologie Jodie Dolan Sweater
H&M white sleeveless shirt
Zara White Asymmetrical Skort
J. Crew Jade Etta Pumps
J. Crew Eyelet Baseball Cap
Danier Leather Handbag
Fossil Rose Gold Watch

Hey guys! Just got back from my trip from San Francisco and have lots to share! I stayed for about a week with a self-made and jam-packed itinerary via Microsoft Excel.

My official day in San Fran (not including my brutal flight with American Airlines..) started with spending the day with my girlfriend, Fiona! Since I was staying around downtown Union Square of SF, I took the Caltrain for my first time down to Mountain View to visit her at the head office of Google. To my surprise when I see her, she greets me with a bag of cookies with my name on it! Haha. She is a super talented designer who is currently interning at Google for the summer and was kind enough to give me a personal and googley tour of the place, accompanied with dinner together…and in between all that, more *healthy* snacks. Horray, for free snacks! Thanks for the sweet and temporarily noogler experience!
Photos: Fiona Yeung

PS. We’re also wearing the same Zara skort.

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Type Love Tuesday ft. 4D Type

I’m introducing to you guys a new segment on the blog.
Every Tuesday of the week, I’ll be hyping a type choice I found.

I present to you one of Barcelona’s Lo Siento Studio’s greatest work and type…
the 4D type! I just stumbled upon this type and found their website and studio…and boy does it make my heart melt to see amazing type, especially all the lettering work on Lo Siento’s site. The 4D type is made of paper that is approximately 30 x 40.
Photos: Lo Siento Studio

Hopefully you guys enjoy!

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