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Friday, October 05, 2012
Ekspo Malaysia Ku 2012

Ekspo MalaysiaKu

Ekspo MalaysiaKu, yang bertemakan Tanah Air Yang Dirahmati, memberi peluang kepada orang ramai, terutamanya generasi muda, mengimbau kembali sejarah pembangunan pesat negara sejak zaman kemerdekaan hingga kini.

Ekspo ini mengetengahkan bahan pameran berbentuk audio, visual, grafik dan persembahan teater yang berlatar belakangkan pembangunan sosio-ekonomi negara dari pelbagai aspek.

YAB Perdana Menteri, Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Haji Abdul Razak, akan merasmikan Ekspo berkenaan pada 5 Oktober 2012 bermula jam 3:00 hingga 5:00 petang bertempat di Dewan Tun Hussein Onn, Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC).

Tarikh: 5-7 Oktober 2012 (Jumaat-Ahad)
Masa: 10:00 pagi hingga 7.00 malam
Tempat: Dewan Tun Razak 2, Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC)

Aktiviti Ekspo:
Pameran Pembangunan Malaysia Mengikut Dekad
Acara selingan termasuk teater Cerita Kita, game show bersama artis terkenal dan dinding grafiti

Masuk adalah percuma. Semua dijemput hadir


Posted at 11:21 am by tha-b
 

Thursday, September 27, 2012
MadC going Mad!


Posted at 10:47 am by tha-b
 

Monday, September 10, 2012
New Mural Augustine Kofie Venice Amplify Campus

Augustine Kofie recently finished another amazing mural installation in Venice. Todd Mazer was on the scene and was able to document the mural with some amazing photos. The mural was installed on the recently opened Amplify Campus in Venice. Kofie goes big once again this time wrapping the building with a beautiful palette that resonates Venice. The cool blues mixed with warm color breathe the Venice landscape of ocean and sand. It is great to see architecture mesh with murals, and in this case Kofie does so exceptionally well.

Graffuturism


Posted at 09:26 pm by tha-b
 

Thursday, September 06, 2012
"Second Nature" A Documentary Film About Janne Saario

Second Nature is a 20-minute documentary on Element team rider and budding landscape architect, Janne Saario of Finland.

The short film allows a glimpse of Saario's thoughts and dreams, which float between design, art and skateboarding. Though it also reveals the important concurrence of post-industrial areas, sustainable concepts and natural environments, and unfolds the demanding obligation, towards today’s generation and those to come, to create positive and inspiring, local communities.

Over the past two years, filmer Yves Marchon’s keen eye reels in the various aspects and angles of Janne’s life and creates the perfect portrayal of what Element is most proud of and strives to constantly stand for through their products, artists and team riders: to bring progress to skateboarding in the most honest and ethical way.


Posted at 01:04 pm by tha-b
 

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Solah First

We started of with a vision, and some very special and talented friends. Crossing paths with Sh. Ahmed Tijani and his beautiful voice, Rina Alfarabiband with her guitar playing skills, Tha-B and his gifted grafitti abilities and Joe Ipoh, with his phenomenal skateboarding talents, was indeed a lot to begin with. What each and everyone of them had in common is their pure and sincere love of Allah SWT. They understood the project and wanted in, without demanding anything in return, when they actually deserved much more on a professional level.

And that diffentiates this Azaan video with others out there. The talents featured here are REAL. They are not acting. I have been with them before. And they actually embody the message we intend to send to youths and everyone else, which is "STOP-N-PRAY" wherever you are.

Director: Shamsul Othman
Editor: Syed Hanif Syed Sofi
Talents: Shaykh Ahmed Tijani Ben Omar, Joe Ipoh, Tha-B, Rina & Alfarabiband
Production Crew: Mus'ab Dzulkefly, Hairul Azhar, Fhive Aldino Helmi
Production Manager: Razif Mahaboob
Original Concept: Crescent Collective
Producers: Justin Johari and Shamsul Othman

Words by Mahdar Tahir


Posted at 08:31 pm by tha-b
 

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