Tag: Art

September 21, 2015

The Broad Museum- Opening Day in Los Angeles

Here’s yet another thing to add to your “LA to-do list”: The Broad Museum (pronounced like road) located in Downtown Los Angeles on Grand Avenue. Here’s a glimpse of what I saw on opening day. You’ll want to visit the next time you’re in town.  


September 1, 2015

*Exclusive* Interview with LA Artist, Joseph Lee

Ever see something so badass/amazing/beautiful on Instagram you’re just inspired and need to know more? Well that’s exactly what happened with @joeyunlee. I saw his artwork on instagram and just had to meet him.  He graciously agreed to give me some of his time and so we scheduled to meet early morning on a very hot Saturday. He arrived a bit late because he was…

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July 2, 2014

On My Radar: Donald “Drawbertson”

This image popped up on my newsfeed the other day and I was immediately smitten. How whimsical, fun and colorful! “Who made that!?” I wondered. Seeing drawings like these always brings me back to the days when I myself was doing fashion illustrations in school. My favorite medium was always gouache and watercolor although I always had difficulty controlling the medium. Donald Robertson, aka Donald “Drawbertson” seems to have…

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May 11, 2014

Sunday streetart

Every Sunday, I go for a morning run. During the week I’m not as consistent as I would like to be, so on Sundays when I run, I try to make up for it by going long and far. The past few Sundays I’ve been running across bridges into different parts of Brooklyn. These runs take up to 3 hours or so! On the bridge and at the…

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April 8, 2014

CitizenM, NYC

As someone who has lived in New York for about 5 years now… I have come to dread passing through Times Square. It’s busy, crowded, loud and touristy but of course, it is also in the center of the city making it a convenient and a must visit area. Last Friday I was invited to preview the new CitizenM hotel. I had no idea what to expect….

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April 6, 2014

An honest and fair appraisal from The Bumbys

One of the many highlights of my weekend: Getting “an honest and fair appraisal” from the Bumbys. And by The Bumbys I mean Gill and Jill Bumby, the masked figures you see in these photos.


June 13, 2013

Streetart in Williamsburg (photos)

I was in Brooklyn today- for the first time in a long time- to attend the Northside Festival. You may have noticed I have a slight obsession with street art so in between sessions I found myself walking around the area snapping a few photos. I liked what I saw! Take a peek:


May 27, 2013

Asia Represent at Asia Society

I’m not in the Upper East side too often but it seems that whenever I make the trip, it is always a good time. The last time I visited The Asia Society was to see Maureen Chiquet the CEO of Chanel speak and before that, I learned more about the design scene in Hong Kong and even at my first visit to the Asia Society,…

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April 10, 2013

Memorable moments at the Met

After dinner one night over a year ago (sometime in January), my friend and I walked until we found ourselves in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art where we saw an elegantly dressed crowd exiting the museum. At the time, I had no idea anything happened afterhours at the Met (I guess I imagined something like those “Night at the museum” movies) so I…

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April 9, 2013

Stay hungry, Stay Curious

Believe it or not, there was a reason why I made my sister walk a lot while she was visiting. Besides the fact that I am an inveterate walker, I had more time during break and it’s just calming to walk in the company of a loved one, I simply wanted my sister to be more curious. If you haven’t noticed already in my instagram…

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