Tuesday, November 15, 2016

My Portfolio Website

Hello people ! It's been a while I didn't post anything on my blogspot..
I'm here to announce my online portfolio at portfoliochen.wordpress.com

I'm currently working as a photographer and graphic designer in Paris, France and so the reasons I've been so busy is because of my work. You can visit my new website portfolio here.

I'll be updating this blog soon and hoping to lance another new lifestyle and Fashion blog :-)
See you soon guys xx

Monday, April 11, 2016

Paris Multi Language Meetup

Hello ! For erasmus students and expats, there is a new meetup group based in Paris which is called Paris Multi-Language Meetup. It's open for everyone, to get to know people, social networking, while discussing different cultures in different languages. The meetup sessions will be done in a very relaxing place like bar or resto.


Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Hire A Graphic Designer

Hi. I'm a freelance graphic designer. Currently living at Jakarta, Indonesia.
I have experiences in designing multiple flyers, posters and brochures of many companies. 

The tasks that I am capable of :
-Making illustrations
-Photoshop (Edit and manipulate photos)
-Making flyers, brochures, magazines, company profile
-Designing graphics for T-shirts
-Design name cards, letterhead, etc.

Fees ranging from $99 - $900
Payments can be done by bank transfers.

Here's my portfolios :

Please leave a comment if you're interested , Thanks !

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Inspiring furniture Design

Hi there ! It's been so long since i updated my last post. So here we go, my newest post ;)
Enjoy !

Artist and furniture maker Greg Klassen turns ordinary tables into spectacular geological formations by intricately carving rivers and lakes into blocks of wood.

He starts with slabs of discarded maple wood. Most people would dream of putting two shoddy pieces of scrap wood together...but Klassen sees potential.

Using cardboard, he stencils out a shape and his vision comes together.

But what will fill the space between?

Klassen makes a template that lines up to the varied edges perfectly.

...and fills it with glass, forming a beautiful still river.

This finished piece was turned into a hanging sculpture...but then he had another idea!

Inspired by the Pacific Northwest’s lush landscape and scenic views, the craftsman decided to recycle discarded trees and gives them new meaning by making them into furniture with his river touch.

He works with the natural curves of the wood to form a winding path of a river, or the crystalline depths of a lake.

Klassen then hand-cuts a sheet of blue glass to fit the pattern, making the piece look like a miniature landscape with a river cutting through it.

The process may appear simple, but it’s this tiny design adjustment that has made Klassen’s artworks a cut above the rest.

You can see more of Klassen’s works here, and his furniture is all available for purchase through his online store.

taken from : news.distractify.com