Sometimes, a T-shirt is just a T-shirt. Other times, it is an art form — a proof to the testament that art does not only belong on walls.
Here to further push the boundaries of art is local denim brand Tarik Jeans, who recently showcased their Resort 2019 Monsoon collection at this year’s Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week on the 11th of August.
While some might already consider a flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken akin to a work of fine art, Nando’s is committed to further expanding its diners’ cultural horizons by shining a light on the work of young artists.
The Nando’s Art Initiative, known this year as YOUthReka, is back with its annual Art Competition which will showcase the works and talents of local aspiring artists, most of whom are still in college.
Everyone’s favourite monthly creative fair is turning one this weekend, the 25th and 26th of August! RIUH, the ever-popular and ever-exciting creative affair will be taking the celebration its usual spot, APW, Bangsar.
Kakiseni and MPH publishing continues their effort in popularizing and preserving cultural traditions through the medium of children’s books with The Girl Who Loves To Dance – a story of hard choices interlaced with the magic of the mak yong tradition.