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DIY Your Halloween!

In the spirit of Halloween, I’m going to continue with another quick post about the spooky festivities. Along with the candy galore, the holidays also come with the impulse for decorations. Traditionally, halloween decorations are usually associated with spooky spider webs and unappetizing treats, but as a design advocate, I wanted to introduce more of… Read more »

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The Do’s and Dont’s for Halloween

As Halloween is nearing, I thought that a basic ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ list would be appropriate for the upcoming festivities. Although I’ve never been a huge halloween fan, it’s really a different holiday for young adults. it is the one night a year where you can proudly cling onto your childhood in public. The one… Read more »

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Steps to improve Self-Confidence: Round 2

It’s Wednesday! For many of us, today is hump day, which means that we’re half way through our week. As the end of October nears, autumn has arrived and is planning on staying. Although autumns can be a beautiful time of the year, it’s still a season of flus and transitional weather. So as a… Read more »

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Dreaming Adventures For A Sleeping Baby

By creating fantasy worlds for her sleeping baby, Queenie Liao captured 100s of creative photos that show the baby on a continuous journey into the magical land of charm and wonder. Liao utilizes plain cloths, stuffed animals and other common household items to create these vivid and wonderful backdrops, in which she carefully positions her… Read more »

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Creative Flow Anyone?

All artist at some stage of their development wonder what makes them worthy of claiming themselves as an artist. How do we really know if we’re capable of doing worthwhile work?┬áThese are common questions that are asked by the creative minds. And if you’re in the currently caught in the midst of this creative slump,… Read more »

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How to Be An Artist 101.

After scratching the surface of what is creativity in my last blog entry, I wanted to further explore on utilizing creativity to become an artist in the 21st century. Our culture and society is not what it used to be back in the 60s, where promotion and exposure was the key in becoming successful in… Read more »