Art in Singapore.
Art in Kuala Lumpur.
Art in Hong Kong.
Art in Perth.
Art in Kuching.
If you can’t afford this art piece, at least you know where to loan money.
Went to watch “Click” in the cinema over the weekend.
I wanted to say that I didn’t weep but damn… 😛 Such an unmanly thing to cry watching a movie.
I don’t know why that “rock” is inconveniently located at the entrance of the architecture building.
I’ve seen other weirder “art” around campus, not sure if you noticed too. Like near the health sciences buildings.
Oh yeah, I’m studying in Curtin..
lolz. that is so true in malaysia.
i don’t un lah….
…Especially watching an Adam Sandler movie.
Yeah, if you goes to places with tonnes of students in Malaysia. The ‘art’ will all have the words ‘TO LET’
the hong kong one was the only one that was art IMHO
HUH? What’s all this?
they’ve got a lot in kl here too.. bloody annoying.
i know that everyone has their own taste…
Thanks for the quickie !
woo hoo !
haha… Kenny, the art in Kuching now also have everywhere in Kuala Lumpur and Penang.
it’s a shame that Malaysians’ definition of art is so much different with other countries…
But then again, who is to say and define art? There are people who creates items which are totally out of this world and call it art. Jackson Pollock spattered paint on his canvas and insisted that it was art. People believed him. I think it was Picasso that made a mold out of fish bones, people bought his artwork for thousand of dollars.
There are so many outrageous art out there like the woman who paints using menstrual blood and the man who puts his excretion in a bottle – would you call that art too?
Truely, what *is* art?
Is that Jasiminne in the second picture?
eh… juz went to sentul park a week ago… and the stone sofas were clean~! unlike in ur pic~
AHAHA.. good one.. din try for the art in public toilets? hehe
ah long everywhere nowdays
ooh that rock from Curtin brings back fond memories of many late nights and much vending machine dinners. stupid rock.
You forgot those arts on our car windscreen. What worst is after a heavy down pour!!
In reference to your kuching art, you censored it! Art shouldnt be censored! It’s against the practice of free speech which art stands for…. 😛 LOL! Just having a crack at ya mate!
Kenny, there’s an old colour photo of you with Xiaxue in yesterday’s (Aug15) Star Two – Lifestyle T11.
aduh. even the gate behind my school also got lah…damn lot..like asking students to loan money from them..
art in kuching is quite colorful…
As the saying goes: a picture speaks a thousand words.
these ah long are very desparate..you know..
i think u shud head back to HK
need to sia soi kuching meh?
hahaha…very truth indeed 🙂
damn sad la our country sometimes…..sigh
Haha that centrepiece for KL makes it worth the price
You wept at an Adam Sandler movie? Was it that bad?!
hey kenny…. need sum cash….? lol!
I’m sure there are art pieces like statues of cats in Kuching too. You’re probably just avoiding them or purposely haven’t found them yet. Ha, ha, ha…! 😀
hahhhahahaha .. 😉
You know, if someone could somehow lift those metal doors with ah long stickers, and put it in an art museum with dramatic lighting, it could become a REAL piece of art, as in really expensive and famous. After all, recent international masterpieces have included an unmade bed, a dome tent with the names of the people the artist had slept with, a painting made with dung and a cut up carcass of a cow.
Which may have been your point, of course.
Who’s door are they displaying their “art work” on? So kiasu one stick till like that.. Won’t kana “ukum” meh? =^_^=
malaysia needs better outdoor art damniiiiiiiiit!!!!
haha, you’re too funny! Your blog really entertains me when i’m bored at work.
went to venice recently and there was this banner hanging on a bridge. On the banner, was a quote from someone ( i forgot), which reads:
“Art is everywhere, but not in everything”
i guess that sums it all up…
this is just my 2nd time on your blog. i am just confused about 1 thing
who’s dat in the photo at Macau (supposedly you) and the one in the OSIM sliming blog entry.. ?
which one is you?
Kenny should not have blurred the names of the alongs…
yes.. we can find art everywhere. Just like beauty, art is in the eye of the beholder. Art varies from country to country. Just like the asians love DURIAN and the Americans hate them.
it was a shame that they could not make it into a mosaic art, it be rawking cool!! 2-in-1 art, loan and art fusion!!
hmmm r those posted by “loan sharks”?
Hey! BUILDING 201!
the sculpture is called “the Eye” if i m not mistaken.
The ‘art in malaysia’ pic was taken in sentul park right? i’ve only been there once and it was amazing. i like its concept, like a heaven left in ruins. i think the foochow ah-longs are in desperate need for busniness =p
lol, cute! 🙂
visit my blog’s latest entry for some sort of Singaporean art.
the stupid kind.
I dont think Msian art is that bad. Ive seen awe inspiring pieces around. I believe there are quite a number of good artist around, i guess they just need to be better marketed
rofl! that’s a good one.
y am i being banned from tagging?? 🙁
oh that curtin senseless statue thing =.= i see it almost every tym when i go uni since i study in that building
Art in http://www.kennysia.com
haha u r humour…..
i like this.
oh the KL performance arts center at sentol. the concrete seats were still spotless when i visited it. i prefer the wire made ones though. (even when it kills ur butt sitting on them)
art in kuching.. a true touch..
those sticker and namecard are everywhere even in kl =___=
sh*t! I tot it was rather abnormal for me to cry, especially watchinbg adam sandler’s movies. but even the man will the biggest coconut cried….guess i am not so bad after all 🙂
A bit late but what the hell… isn’t this considered vandalism? Can’t the authorities do something about it… donno who to call? The number’s right there, for goodness’ sake!
Art varies frm country to country. Different stroke for different folks.