Saturday, December 24, 2011
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Throughout my high school days, I studied in Visual Arts. Have not been keeping updated on the current art world. But, if you want to find some great artwork in the past art movements. You can check out the website of the Guggenheim Art Museum in New York and on one page they have their art collections found in their physical space shown on their site. Their art collections. About their art collections.
Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo.
This is a great time-lapse video of earth. In case, you have not seen it. Check it out.
It reminders me how small earth is in this universe and how small we really are.
Monday, December 12, 2011
It has been two years and more since I began to write on this blog. At the beginning it was to show my thesis progress with friends, but now a few of new friends I have made on blogger. Thank you for your interest. I find that trying to design something truly helpful without any hurt done to earth is difficult. I will use your support and my family's support as my motivation to continue to practice my design skills. I have done so, but not in a regular pace. Again, my thoughts yesterday on laziness have not been 'solid' in my consciousness or laziness is just too difficult to eliminate. I am trying and will try harder tomorrow. Take Care, Ben
Sunday, December 11, 2011
I often think it is best that an individual should be an expert at one thing rather than having too many interests. We are made of many interests; not because we are greedy, but this is a way for us to live life to the fullest. It is this passion that should stop use from being lazy because the core reason for us to be lazy is we are afraid that we will failed and that others will look down on us. Therefore, no matter how good or bad we think the quality of these results from our interests are - we keep practising and experimenting with them. We are stay true to ourselves, then we will have less chance of being in-confidence. After all, failures are mothers of all successes.
Now, I must put this idea into action. Thank you Ms. Sarah Kay!
Saturday, December 10, 2011
A very inspiring story.
To read more about this story, check out:
I love Mr. Zeldin's message: “Don’t let one small thing get in between your dreams. We are who we are.”
Friday, December 9, 2011
Original article: Work Smart: Strive For Creative Meritocracy
I agreed with Mr. Belsky. When we do things for free for others to promote our selves - no matter how much effect you put on it, still the quality of the work is not as good as paid work. We cannot expect others to be improved by us. However, if we do work based on our fascination and we do it as an interest, then the quality of it can be at its highest.
But, unless our societies change, we will still volunteer our work; in hopes of getting more potential employers' attention. Perhaps when we entered into a competition, our passion will help us put all of our effects onto a project.