Ever wondered what it would be like to collaborate with an illustrator on a drawing? Last weekend, as part of the first anniversary of The National Gallery Singapore, we had an amazing time making drawings with the Museum goers : a one-of-a-kind experience!
Every month on a special friday evening – we meet to celebrate Every Sitter, Every Drawer and Every Drawing because they are all very unique!! We try to feature the face of every participant but I think we still miss a few! We will try again next month! Thanks to all those friends who dropped by! ( The IPA boss Kevin and Diana! Immortal crew- June, Choo and Pearlyn, Jeanie, James and friends from Gallagher Associates and many more! )
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Overwhelmed by the support and good vibes we get whenever we have a portraits session! I wish I can clone more of myself to capture all the wonderful moments and talk to everyone! This month- our session is like a great meeting place for many friends- some even booking from KL via email! Really touched to see some friends come back yet again to participate and show support! Thanks to those who drop by to catch up and say hello- the IPA boss – Kevin ( http://invisiblephotographer.asia/ ), Aik Beng aka Pixelmunky, Kelvin Lam, Esther and many more! Join our Facebook page and see all the pictures here. See you at the next one- Friday 13th January 2012!!
Momorobo (aka MMRB) was invited by Tiger Beer and Kult to be a part of Tiger Translate in Sydney. It’s a unique event which brings together international artists from both the East and West to work collaboratively on an artwork. Australia was represented by local artists Beastman, Numskull, Creepy, Phibs and Matt Stewart while the international contingent was represented by Singapore and Shanghai collective Momorobo (aka MMRB), Mongolian artist Lhagvaa Enkhbat, and South Korean artist Junkhouse.
“MessyMsxi’s Breakfast Barter” is my most recent personal project, it is an interactive concept, whereby visitors can draw their ideal breakfast or a breakfast representation on the standard template which I prepared, in exchange for one of my breakfast postcard. Despite the project being non-profitable, the biggest reward was having our roles swapped; it was the visitors illustrating their breakfast for me. This approach has allowed me to connect friends and strangers over the subject of breakfast, which I deeply enjoy.