A few weeks ago, I got a chance to join a photoshoot with meibii photography and Franzeska Edelyn. The photoshoot took place in a mangrove reservation park, and although I’m not a professional photographer, I brought my camera and just shoot away. lol
here are some of the results :))
Okay, let me put some of these photos into a delusional conversation:
Last weekend, I went to Popcon asia 2013 for 3 days. This is an event dedicated for pop art culture held in JCC Jakarta, and was filled with popular artists from around the world like Mr. Kim Jung Gi and Mr. Kunkka.
This year event was larger than last year’s, with higher quality guests and merchandises.
There are many talented young artists from Indonesia, and my friends here also participated:
They sell posters, pins and their own artbooks.
Those are some badass drawings by the way… damn man, this event was filled with lots of badass artists whowill put your drawing skill to shame. lol.
One of my favorite creation in the event was probably this company who displayed some really realistic figurines I’d hope I can just steal the things.
If you’re hungry and don’t want to spend 70k rupiah on the most expensive nasi goreng you’ll ever seen in your life at the cafe outside the event, you can eat this popular chicken gyoza for 20k per 5 pieces
anyway, I was at POPCON for the Japanese Station booth with Switch
Switch is a part of Japanese Station navigator, they are 5 girls who will navigate your life to a better otaku path, lol.
Here at POPCON, they sell their first merchandises for the first time.
if you buy their photos, they sign the photos for you!
If you buy the Switch packs, which contains a T-shirt, photos, and a sticker, you can get a polaroid shot with one of the member.
I took some shots of the members, they’re kind enough to give their time to pose with me:
They’re cute aren’t they? I will keep the rest of the photos for private collections *ufufufufufu*
in the end of the event, they held an auction, and guest what, Kim Jung Gi’s drawing was sold for 5000USD
Overall, the event was fun, looking at those awesome artist made us remember we’re nothing but shitty kids with crayon in front of them.
Switch on! is a new web TV episode by Japanese station.com which is a web portal for anything Japanese. They write anything ranging from anime to idol
In Switch on!, you’ll be navigated by Switch, a 5-cute-girls-group who will show you the way to a better otaku path (lol)
These pictures are from their website not the actual photos.
And for those who bitchin’ about how producing photos are imitating 48 groups, dude, in Japan you can also Morning musume photopacks, Matsumoto Jun and all the johnny’s Jr photopacks, and even Enako photopacks, so these kinds of business are not limited to AKB’s, they exist before AKB48
So, Japanese station has released the first episode of Switch on! on youtube.
In this episode, they went to Japan Foundation in Jakarta to show you the library and how to wear a yukata.
me myself have worn a yukata before, and that was hard to wear for the first time, but that’s male yukata. Female yukata is much harder to wear rather than their male counterpart, the female one is longer and have to be folded in the waist to be worn properly.
i don’t know what the extra length is for, maybe it’s an extra space for boobs (i don’t know!) so even the P cup women still can wear yukata comfortably.. nah i just joking. find the answer in the video!