Category: Art

Jack and Yii Sze

· July 29, 2017 · Art, Couple, Pre Wedding

When my cousin called me and break the good news, I felt so happy for her. We used to play together when we were young and now she had enter into a new phase of life. And being whimsical and creative in nature, she had requested a series of pre-wedding photography that talks about their life – in their house! It was kinda challenging to me as I am not an indoor person when it comes to photography HAHA. Therefore, I had converted some of their rooms into a mini studio with the help of the props. Thanks to Ohana Bloom’s lovely paper flowers 😀 And also Pauline Bridal for the stunning make up and gowns.

Here are some of the fun shots of the day!

 

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Our DIY Wedding Stationery

· September 15, 2014 · Art, Design

We’ve almost wanted to do the decoration altogether. But seeing our limitation and time restrain, we chose to focus and keep thing simple. So, beside the decoration which is handled over to the professional: DressYourDay, we had designed and crafted our stationery together. It is a fun process, and sometime painful ‘cos we need to repeat the same method for a few hundred times!

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Our DIY Wedding Stationery · · September 15, 2014 · 8:55 pm · Art, Design

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Little Momo’s Big Adventure

· March 11, 2013 · Art, Miniature

Momo is actually my third art piece in needle felting. The outcome is rather satisfying after much trial and error of needle poking and wool assembling. He is quite small, about 2 inch tall and he has this quirky little smile. The reason I gave him the name is because of this children rhyme book my sister used to read: What do Momo monster do?

And then, it happens that I got to meet up with a photographer friend a week ago, and he had shared with me a very useful tip on strobing. I decided to try it on Momo and brought him for a “little outing” at my kitchen and also in the garden. I can’t help but “wowwing” (hokkien said: ka ki o lo, bo lang hiam LOL) with the outcome of the photos. It changes the ambient of the photos totally. Here are some of the photos which I personally love after crawling around the kitchen and the garden. 😀

 

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This is Momo. He is a needle felted creature who lives at the garden at my backyard. He is curious almost about everything.

Though as small as Momo seems to be, he has a big heart for adventure.

Though as small as Momo seems to be, he has a big heart for adventure.

One fine afternoon, he decided to take a stroll around the compound he stays.

One fine afternoon, he decided to take a stroll around the compound he stays.

"Look!" Momo screamed at the top of his lungs. "I am at the top of the branch!"

“Look!” Momo screamed at the top of his lungs. “I am at the top of the branch!”

Suddenly, Momo spotted something which he never sees before.

Suddenly, Momo spotted something which he never sees before.

"It is beautiful" said Momo with amazed. A beautiful passion fruit flower just bloomed this morning.

“It is beautiful” said Momo with amazed. A beautiful passion fruit flower just bloomed this morning.

"Let's look around more!" Momo can't wait to explore more stuff.

“Let’s look around more!” Momo can’t wait to explore more stuff.

Momo decided to search on the lower part of his tree house.

Momo decided to search on the lower part of his tree house.

Momo becomes more excited as he walks around the ground.

Momo becomes more excited as he walks around the ground.

As Momo is exploring, he spotted a tunnel behind the grass.

As Momo is exploring, he spotted a tunnel behind the grass.

It is a tunnel that leads to some place. Momo's curiosity made him want to explore more.

It is a tunnel that leads to some place. Momo’s curiosity made him want to explore more.

"It is dark in here!"

“It is dark in here!”

"Where am I?"

“Where am I?”

"Let me cross over to the other side."

“Let me cross over to the other side.”

"This is getting exciting."

“This is getting exciting.”

And suddenly, Momo saw a mystical creature right in front of him. Her name is Lulu.

And suddenly, Momo saw a mystical creature right in front of him. Her name is Lulu.

Little Momo’s Big Adventure · · March 11, 2013 · 10:49 pm · Art, Miniature

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Teacup

· February 19, 2012 · Art, Inspiration

One of the favorite hang out in my home will be the kitchen. It is a place where I can hunt some yummy leftovers, nibble some food when mom just finishes preparing for a meal, and explore some not-so-success culinary experiments once in a blue moon. If I would have to observe the set up of the kitchen, it is fully equipped with all the handy tools and utensils which served their purpose for either common use, or for a certain special occasion.

I personally love the teacup a lot. They are small, made of ceramic, and definitely pleasant to look at. By observing these little teacups, they did inspire me in some aspect of my life, as His vessel.

A teacup will faithfully performs its job as a teacup, serving its master a cup of good o’ tea whenever the master feel like having one. It is designed specifically for its purpose. It brings pleasure to the master because of the good o’ tea in it, and the appearance of the teacup also pleases the eyes of its master. After performing its task, it will be cleaned and kept safely due to its delicate nature. The master will never use a teacup to boil an egg, fry a fish or even to bake a cake. That’s just doesn’t make sense, after all a “tea”cup is for the tea!

In the journey of serving the Lord, it is definitely not easy. Often time, I am defeated by the “primitive side” of myself. I have this weakness whereby I often felt inferior as I served together with the brothers and sisters in Christ. I tend to compare with them and get negative as I find myself not able to perform a greater task. Sometime, a certain feedback or a certain reaction from the fellow brothers and sisters will agitate this weakness. It always knocks me down and I can only get up through His strength. I remembered at one of the process of healing, these verse strikes me to the heart. 1 Cor 12:12 Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ. I began to reflect upon His words and ask questions to examine myself.

“Why do You Lord, have chosen a person so unworthy as I am, but enable me to serve You in such a way?”

“Why am I so compelled to the critics of men instead of Your praise?”

“Why should I compare to each other and become inferior since each of us is made differently with a unique talent to serve You the way we are created?”

The kitchen is not filled up with just the teacups. It is fully equipped with tools and utensils of big and small. Each of them does their part in preparing a certain food. You don’t use a big frying pan to prepare the tea, even though the size looks bizarre. Or a teacup to fry some egg! Each tools and utensils are design specifically for their purpose; from a smaller task to a bigger task, and each plays an equally important role to prepare a meal.

With this, I began to examine my life and how I have been created specifically as His vessel. I might not be able to do a lot of things, but I am designed to have a certain talent that others might not have. Just like the teacup, which is unable to fry, but are designed specifically to serve the tea. Why should a teacup compare with the frying pan? Or why should it feel inferior when the frying pan is able to perform a greater task? The teacup serves the master with the hot tea, while the frying pan fries the egg. And the master enjoys having his good o’ breakfast, with a cup of tea and the fried egg.

In the end of the day, the ultimate goal is to thank the Creator for who we are and serve Him the way we are created. We are created to worship Him, please Him and glorify Him.

Let’s serve the Master faithfully and joyfully the way we are designed to be!

Teacup · · February 19, 2012 · 8:44 pm · Art, Inspiration

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Unspoken Love

· October 19, 2010 · Art

The series is inspired by Jeffrey’s writing when he shared with me one day. Some of the sentences are written in such a vivid way where it prompted me to visualize it into a frame, an emotion and into a story to tell. Anyway, it is a session of fun, learning and exploration 🙂 Enjoy~

Original story written by: Jeffrey
Model: Jeffrey
Photography: Yee Boon
Lighting: Eric Kong

The rest of the collections are those that I personally like 🙂

Unspoken Love · · October 19, 2010 · 12:28 am · Art · Show 4 Comments

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Project Pink Montage + Behind the scene

· August 31, 2010 · Art

Finally, everything is compiled together! Phew~ Due to the time strain, the cleaning up and compilation took me almost 3 weeks >,< But it is indeed a great experience from pre-production to post-production! Enjoy!

Concept & Direction: Yee Boon
Photography: Yee Boon, Djohan & Eric
Video Documentation: Yee Boon
Models: Christine & Wesley
Make up: Crystalbelle from Frozen in time
Special thanks to: Sam from Frozen in time

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Project Pink Montage + Behind the scene · · August 31, 2010 · 11:39 pm · Art

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Project Pink

· August 23, 2010 · Art

Like any other colors, Pink is just one of them in a spectrum of colors. Yet, strange enough, color pink somehow creates quite a negative impressions toward our society. Some use the color to fight for their rights, hence evolve into a social agenda.
But as an art appreciator, Pink is just Pink. And DRP just want to express Pink the way it is, and experience Pink like we never have before! (It seems that Eric began to fell in love with this color after this project LOL)

Trully I wanted to thank God for this project to be a reality! I have planned it since April and I thought it will never happen!

Thanks to the team, the models: Wesley and Christine, you guys seriously ROCKS! And not forget Sam and Crystalbelle from Frozen in Time, the make up is simply stunning!

Enjoy~~

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Project Pink · · August 23, 2010 · 12:15 am · Art · Show 3 Comments

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Project PINK – Coming Soon!

· August 10, 2010 · Art

Yup! DRP‘s team is going to express PINK the way it is, and experience PINK like never before! Stay Tune!

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Project PINK – Coming Soon! · · August 10, 2010 · 10:58 pm · Art

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True Love Waits

· July 12, 2010 · Art

Curiosity kills the cat. This Ain’t Love and True Love Waits are actually an expression of how I felt about teens nowadays fell into the trap of temptation. It is indeed heartbroken whenever I flipped through the newspaper to learn about how weak they control themselves just for the short term pleasure, and being ignorance about the long term damage to their life.

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True Love Waits · · July 12, 2010 · 10:10 pm · Art · Show 1 Comment

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who murdered Mr Pink?

· May 17, 2010 · Art

Mr Pink is my watch. I bought him at RM20 and lasted for almost half a year until I accidentally drop him on the floor. He didn’t die instantly… and I thought I can still use it like usual,  with a creative crack at the side. But, after awhile, he just stopped… RIP Mr Pink T_T

…somehow, these are the teasers for the coming shots though 🙂

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who murdered Mr Pink? · · May 17, 2010 · 11:34 pm · Art · Show 2 Comments

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