Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Kuala Lumpur Design Week 2011 @ Publika

We were went for our lunch at EAT food village again on 17th September.

This time i was ordered Bukit Mertajam Yam rice with pork soup.

Yam Rice with pork soup rm9.90,salted pork & a savory soup was similiar taste with the one we ate in Penang but taste not enough strong.

Bukit Mertajam loh bak rm2.50, boasting a fresh, flavorful feel. Crisp outside, hot & juicy within.

the soup

After our lunch ,start to walk around look for the KL Design Week 2011.Seem like many booth did not set up yet.

We bumped to Abraham Donald was painting his artwork.

Camouflage/Invisible Art - object to remain unnoticed by blending with its environment..
Collaboration with Donald yak yak for Invisible Art KL series.
Think FAR(fake art realistic) beyond imagination and seeing Invisible Art
These are real photographs, not digital manipulations!
Seni Halimunan aka Invisible Art

The booth beside it was Makanlah Buah-Buahan Tempatan

 Durian. Langsat. Duku. Nangka. Jambu. And more. It doesn’t matter what size, shape or colour the fruit is. As long as the fruit grows in our soil, we’ll be celebrating it in Makanlah Buah-buahan Tempatan. A collaborative effort to promote local fruits as well as to rally the nation to appreciate (and consume) locally crafted art. After all, art is also one of the fruits of our homeland.

Sorry for the not qualified photo,because all taken by mobile phone.This was only a little part of it.Some photos was didn't posted here are look too dark and blur.

Kuala Lumpur Design Week (KLDW) is arguably Malaysia’s biggest creative event-- with over 25 millions virtual viewership recorded from internet news network around the globe. In addition, over 30 pages of articles are listed in Google and over 500,000 copies of various creative magazine titles were published around the world.

The KLDW festival attracts some of the biggest names in the global creative industry and some of the world’s most iconic GLC’c as sponsors and partners. Our local media has covered both prints and digital media with an estimated reach of over 15 million viewership. It has been measured as delivering over RM5 million worth of cumulative brand exposure for its sponsors and it has been very well celebrated by the local creative community.


LauraLeia said...

Whoa, cool! I like the cute round animal and chinese typography ones. :)

Kiki's Land said...

Laura: me too..and the sculpture..

hellolala said...

thats lovely! I reckon I could get lost in all the art there!

Kiki's Land said...

hellolala: thanks .. :) but i think still can do it better

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