petit morpho

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petit morpho represents a number of new invited and established artists, and is committed to introducing art with something at heart to an international audience by offering a long term collaboration and commitment. It shows and promotes both local, and international artists; the combination of established innovative artists, and younger talents makes the artistic profile of its actual, challenging, persistent, and unprejudiced.


October.21 (Sunday) - Arrived Singapore

(it is hardly seen both Tsubuan and Kotori in the single picture, or even in the event..what a precious one shot!! I even forgot to take a picture with them -_-") busy me....busy me.....
coz they keep carving in the hotel, but not on the the numbers of stocks keep changing, and I am getting busy in correcting, and double-checking.

we arrived Singapore in October 21 (Sunday) in late afternoon.

Tsubuan and Kotori spent 10 hours journey from Hokkaido to Tokyo, and from Tokyo to Singapore.... we met up in the hotel lobby, and immediately moved to BooksActually the only place we selected for holding exhibition, demonstration, and workshop.

(I am always assisting, and getting organized for everything, and give a proper and clear instruction to the artist when their mind is getting confused and complicated)

we have to wait for the shop closed to start our set up.
the artists' usual habitat is always throw me the documents, and artworks in the last minutes.

the idea of tailor-made stamps ordering by Tsubuan is also given to me before I get on the flight -_-"

this kind of activity is very new to Singapore, even to BooksActually ....
so they actually don't know how we presented during the stay.

everytime we are not presenting in the same way, coz we prefer to give customers' surprised, and we will not arrange the same please do look forward our next time visit to Singapore!!!

lovely kitty cats stationed in BooksActually!!

we had a good rest to have a tea break here before setting up!!
again....everything amazing in Singapore.
(what's wrong for Hong Kong?!)