Sunday, August 30, 2009

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Seats for disabled on Japanese train.

The upholstery of these seats right by the door indicate that these seats are reserved for the elderly, the pregnant, those with young children, the injured and I'm guessing the figure with the heart and the sound waves indicate someone with a pacemaker?
Or someone in luuurve?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Graphic round pocket on a hansel dress.

It's a pocket from the limited edition hand silk screened series from Squarey Mary.
Black and white.
Love it.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Dim sum at Prima Tower.

Prima Tower revolving restaurant - think of a very large donut perched on the tip of your upright finger. Something like that.

1) I love Prima Tower for its off-beat location inside the compounds of an flour mill and surrounded by the very industrial PSA port.
2) I love it for the fact that the restaurant turns around ever so slowly and you get changing scenery as you eat.
3) I love the retro-ness of the interior with its almost 1970s Shangrila-floral-garden-like carpet. As a kid, this is the kind of restaurant I'd go to with my family.
4) I love the dim sum.
5) I love it all.

After all that, you'd think I'd take more photos of the restaurant but all I got are photos from its ground floor reception, where I spotted my surname on an old school style notice board, where the fish lives in a glamourous tank complete with chandeliers (just kiddin) and the lift only has buttons for 2 floors - level 1 or 9.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Mini 7 Eleven

I've been experiencing problems signing in and posting blog entries lately, hence the lack of postings. I hope now everything's back to normal...

Spotted inside a 7 Eleven: a DIY kit which allows you to piece together to form a miniature 3D 7 Eleven shop complete with tiny tiny tiny rows of food and drinks.