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Hello there:)

I received my copy of cut out magazine recently. Flipped through the pages full of graphic I read this article on "A-Z of Who's Who in Today's Visual Arts". My eyes stopped at alphabet L, mmm still digesting till now when L goes to Little Syam. Not so sure if I deserve to be at the same level as those other big names...and I am just as little as my brand name "Little Syam".  Still and still digesting...


I am beginning to regain my strength... alhamdullillah:) Here are book covers ready for 10 books to be delivered to the Lollipop House, Kota Damansara by 14 April. I do take my time to finish each of this. Looking at the fabric I used here, these are the collection randomly from everywhere; some from Thailand, local fabric shops and some from my own collection more than 10 over years.

I'll share the look of book once its done...


The feedback for the workshop 16 are quite overwhelming. Me and Chris from the Lollipop House targeted 10 participants for each slot, that is the comfortable number space could accommodate. I think the early promotion does works. I will only confirm for whoever have paid deposit.

I am in the midst of arranging and secure the new venue for workshop 17. Had few invitations to held workshop at their venue. Going to pay a visit soon, to check how the place looks like... if things went well I will have venue for my next workshop already..which I will announce soon, most probably will be held by midst of May.

Till then:) //syam

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wow...they look like a patchwork quilt! awesome!

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