Book covers, often art in their own right, have finally been given a frame of their own.
3D Printed stone age tools.
post by A.B
photos by Nazir Wan
This time around we’re featuring a retail store on White Walls. If you happen to be strolling around SS15, Subang Jaya, and you see a “handshake” decal on a glass panel, make an effort to step in and admire Pattern Store. Founded by four partners, Pattern Store displays an array of carefully curated products that ranges from household products to apparel brands. We were given the opportunity to take photos of the store, so our resident film photographer, Nazir Wan, went in and did his thing.
An eternity of puppeteering. An eternity of being puppets.
" Seest thou not how thy Lord dealt with the Companions of the Elephant? Did He not make their treacherous plan go astray?
And He sent against them Flights of Birds, Striking them with stones of baked clay, Then did He make them like an empty field of stalks and straw, (of which the corn) has been eaten up. ” - The Elephant.
Recent travels has brought me to Portabello market in London. Objects like antiques, art, old toys, vinyl’s, used military jackets and more fills this long stretch of road, - an agonizing two miles if you’re a father who is stuck with your kids who eats this sort of thing up - and one other thing that fills this place up is tourists. Herds of tourists. After a long walk of patronizing fruit stalls, musky antique shops, and the coolest vinyl spots, I saw a t-shirt hanging from a booth and instantly bought it even though later I realized that it was a size too big. But it was the graphic that mattered, a crazy looking creature with it’s tongue out, painted in colours of red black and yellow with a tinge of blue. I was greeted by Sabina, the artist herself and we had a short chat and after a few e-mail exchanges I got an interview done. We’re stoked to introduce you to Zanara.
Sabina standing in fornt of her Zanara booth at Portabello Market. Shot with Olympus XA2 on Portra800 film.