Thursday, June 22, 2006

Potato Pie

Potato Pie, originally uploaded by jonolist.

with cheese, chicken bits and more cheese.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

thomas in da club!!

no not my brudder Thomaso but i bet he'll like this.

Thomas the Tank Engine meets 50 Cent. its your birthday (hums...dee dum dum dee)

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Advanced Concepts in Classical Mathematics

Craft Work Raw, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Muji had a sale and me being one of their avid fans had to buy this double ring recycled paper folder and notebook. Then I found some extra "Letterset" alphabets and couldn't sleep. An hour later and I made this.....

New Diary, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Advanced Concepts in Classical Mathematics & Latin Philosophy, my new diary and sketch book. hehehe....the future sketch books and notepads will be titled "Studies in Post-Modern Economics (2nd Edition)" and "Quantum Physics Volume 7". Kenneth Frampton anybody?

Thursday, June 15, 2006

From Reuters.

Art Gallery loses its head, displays plinth

LONDON (Reuters) - One of Britain's most prestigious art galleries put a block of slate on display, topped by a small piece of wood, in the mistaken belief it was a work of art.

The Royal Academy included the chunk of stone and the small bone-shaped wooden stick in its summer exhibition in London.

But the slate was actually a plinth -- a slab on which a pedestal is placed -- and the stick was designed to prop up a sculpture. The sculpture itself -- of a human head -- was nowhere to be seen.

"I think the things got separated in the selection process and the selectors presented the plinth as a complete sculpture," the work's artist David Hensel told BBC radio.

The academy explained the error by saying the plinth and the head were sent to the exhibitors separately.

"Given their separate submission, the two parts were judged independently," it said in a statement. "The head was rejected. The base was thought to have merit and accepted.

"The head has been safely stored ready to be collected by the artist," it added. "It is accepted that works may not be displayed in the way that the artist might have intended."

xia lah! cock up to the max. BTW I'm currently busy and part of it involves working with museum people. hehe

wah kau!

wah kau take a look at this!

Damn i wish i have more Lego. More at Top 10 Strangest Lego Creations.

and if that is not enough check out my future potential USB drives.

It makes sharing project work more fun don't you think? More at Top 10 weirdest USB drives ever.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

on a sugar high/medium/low

?huh?, originally uploaded by jonolist.

and sometimes I get so caught up with things going on now and whilst having a good time doing it, I find myself missing the days of bore. I need to "nua" for a day, just one day.

ah farg it i might as well let it be it, I have this feeling of loneliness, the kind that bugs you for like 30 mins before you sleep it away, the ones that hit you when on the bus and everyone is in their own little zone minding their own business, sometimes i just want to do stupid stuff just to get you talking. not really, at times I rather keep things to myself. I'm really contridicting/self explaining/unrationalising myself now but heck, I never knew how much I knew about the whatevers, the non questions that get answers. I so need to de-number my thoughts now.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

wah lau

wah lau this is damn funny. no kid. hoooooooo!

this should help to cure my mild homophobe-ness

part 1


i want the toy xia! i heard its damn hot in Japan now.
hardgay "kurohi-gei Kiki Ippatsu" hooooooo!

me gay? say say say say say!!! no way!

Saturday, June 10, 2006

World Cup @ blue

at Andrea's Place in Blue Horizon, after a night out in Timbre.

Germany beats Costa Rica 4-2...sigh..

World Cup @ blue, originally uploaded by jonolist.

World Cup @ blue, originally uploaded by jonolist.

World Cup @ blue, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

damn good ads

damn i love this video. I want to be little Jose cuz he's better than the grumpy special one. Actually I don't mind the Pedro the plump one, at least i look like him. Check out the two part commercial and then watch the making. XINJIA! you MUST watch the making! You can swap your roque santa cruz to Kaka. confirm plus chop plus stamp.

part one

part two

the making, yes Xinjia this is the one

finally part one is done, Part two is still in the works.

This one shows us from the train station to KL then to Klang then KL again then Ipoh.


update: forgive the spewlling error at the first part. Train not trian

Monday, June 05, 2006

New Pencil

New Pencil, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Only Team Fong pipples will get this
Check out my clutch pencil with mother thick lead!

Sunday, June 04, 2006


So two weeks back we were in Penang on the 6th day of our backpacking trip. We kinda got lost in Penang but heck being lost meant finding many unexpected surprises and Penang is one place that will not disappoint.

Not too far away from where we dropped of (till now i still dunnoe where we were) was a stationary store...wait not store wholesale supplier and i'm not talking about cheap hello kitty stationery okay, we aree talking about damn good daler-rowney, rotring faber castell goods. And at amazingly good prices, just think everything is the same price as in Singapore but in Ringgit (i'm beginning to love this currency) and thats before the shop owner saw us and gave us more discounts. Damn i love this place. Heres just some of the stuff we got.

Stationery 2, originally uploaded by jonolist.

The shop owner was nice enough to give us some directions to the hostel we were intending to stay in. Along the way we passed by the Little India of penang which i must say is damn happening and its near the beach which make sit more happening. Bollywood hits blasting in the background, good food, busy roads, colourful stores. I could spend a week here.

Dawn Molly Xinjia, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Penang Little India 3, originally uploaded by jonolist.

DSC02943, originally uploaded by jonolist.

After about an hour or two of walking then hitching a ride on the free transit bus (yes free bus) we made our way to 100 Cintra Street, which is off Chulia Street, a backpackers heaven for both foreigners and Malaysian's from other states. We found this hostel online and feel in love with it. What a amazing place. By the way, for you archi students, it has won a Aga Khan Award for Architecture, yeah the one that Mr Cheah talks about during archi con class. The owner of the place was very hospitable and knowing that we were studenst gave us a discount on an already very affordable price for a night. 28 Rinngit for a one night stay in a shophouse is priceless even without air-con (but with heated bathes...rare in hostels)

100 Cintra St Hostel 2, originally uploaded by jonolist.

100 Cintra St Hostel 4, originally uploaded by jonolist.

here's the owner at the common tv area where we caught a "ahem" early screening of Scary Movie 4 at night.

100 Cintra St Hostel 3, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Alot more happened in between but being the sixth day most of my Memory Stick was used up and we still had Melaka to capture. Anyhoo there's alot more on film of which will take some time to scan in manually, so hold on!

DSC02973, originally uploaded by jonolist.


Playgrounds: holes, originally uploaded by jonolist.

pood orn ywer shuz annd stud rarnkneeing!

cause life is the largest playground there is

Class Night Out @ Timbre

Night out with my old NJ classmates. Had dinner ar Yuki & Yaki which was okay for what we paid although I wouldn't mind paying abit more for Kushinbo. Then we headed down to Timbre behind Substation to have some drinks and relax. Timbre by the way is co-owned by Edward one of our classmates, he also founded AFUA which brings local bands to play there every night. Nice place please go visit.

and then i took some pics

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

from left Gar Yan Christine Jinghao Wesley Zhixiang Peisen

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Leonard, Edawrd, Wesley Peisen

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Jinghao and Amos

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Gar Yan and Christine

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Gar Yan in the foreground, some band screeching at the back

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Zhixiang and Jinghao

Class Night Out @ Timbre, originally uploaded by jonolist.

Me and Amos

Thursday, June 01, 2006

I'm kinda busy now

ropes and metal, originally uploaded by jonolist.

but I'm having fun with it so chill for a moment yar.

some stuff

1. confused crowdophobia: Its odd how I hate crowds but enjoy Pasar Malams and Trade Fairs. The difference being in crowded Orchard Road or [insert other stupid underground passageway] where everyone is packed inside that stupid lifeless vessel for different reasons whilst in a Pasar Malam or Fair everyone is squeezing and walking for the same goal (whatever that is)

2. confused genes: it's a family mystery why I still have perfect eyesight whilst everyone else (including extended relatives) do not. The only reason I can give is that I watch too much TV and read under very low light which makes me more powerful I guess. I'm like the more ideal realistic version of that sucky X-men leader they call Cyclops.

3. confused calender: I still think its 2005

4. confused fun: I'm still going to studio everyday and guess what? I'm actually enjoying it.

5. confused Legs: I like to run very far but only as far as I can walk back faster. huh?

6. confused backpack: I now use my newly acquired 40 litre backpack to transport my mother-load of barang barang around instead of splitting the load between my laptop bag and my smaller bag. I enjoy carrying my traveling big ass backpack because it reminds me of traveling overseas> YES I still want to complete Malaysia.

7. confused Sibling: I have one human brother who is blood related and one machine brother called a whirlpool conventional oven. My mum loves it so much. You could also say that the cooking stove is my mother's daughter-in-law and the chopping board my brother-in-law. Good thing my dad just makes sandwiches.