Monday, July 19, 2010

New Wings

I've tried new wing design.
It is so hot here, that my mind is simply blank.


Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Have You ever thought?

Have You ever thought what happens with Your sold items when they are gone to their new homes?
Some are loved , some not maybe..
Look what I found searching through web. Not so happy about using my photos.. And not happy about reselling too. But what to do? Add watermarks for next time perhaps..

11,800 JPY if You are interested.. that's close to 130$ on Nocturner online site Japan.
It's worth searching through there, You can find something You've made too..

Thursday, July 1, 2010


14 Ways to green the military fashion trend - by Jasmin Malik Chua (03/24/10)
Published on Ecouterre
Accidently found this article and was so surprised see my design on the list :)) YEEE!!

Ecouterre is a website devoted to the future of sustainable fashion design. They’re dedicated to showcasing and supporting designers who not only contemplate cut, form, and drape, but also a garment’s social and environmental impact, from the cultivation of its fibers to its use and disposal. Their mission: To follow the evolution of the apparel industry toward a more environmentally sound future, as well as facilitate a conversation about why sustainable fashion matters.

In September 2009, Jill Fehrenbacher, founder of sustainable-design website, launched Ecouterre to dispel any disparaging stereotypes that still cling to the concept of eco-fashion (hemp ponchos, anyone?), while highlighting innovations in fiber technology that will help pave the way for designers and manufacturers to embrace sustainable materials and processes.

Her goal with Ecouterre: To get both designers and consumers to start taking the issue of sustainability in clothing design more seriously. Frustrated by constant criticism for her fashion-design coverage from hardcore greenies and eco-snobs who dismiss the impact that clothing design has on our planet, Jill was compelled to launch a site dedicated exclusively to eco-fashion to raise awareness of these issues.