Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Merry Christmas baby!

May Peace be your gift at Christmas and your blessing all year through!

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Whitest Boy Alive & Steve Aoki

Hello people! finally The Whitest Boy Alive had their show in Jakarta on the 29th of Nov, and what a show it was! maybe it's just because im too excited. they are the real entertainer i think, and Erlend Øye is so fantastic and seems enjoyed the show! He really got the crowd cheering and dancing, and generally grooving along to his adorable tunes. The Whitest Boy Alive sounds nice touch, they played some of the songs exactly as you'd hear it on the record, and some they added stuff to. And they played "show me love" cover version and Stardust’s "Music Sounds Better With You"... It was fun, though. Do make them come here again once their next album is released. awesome show!

The Whitest Boy alive - Burning

Steve Aoki - One More Time

Saturday, November 15, 2008


You better watch out,
You better not cry,
You better not pout,
I'm telling you why:
whitest boy alive is coming to town!
waaww another gig, another money to buy the ticket!







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-Aksara Plaza Indonesia 3107711
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- Aquarius Mahakam 7208413
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- MONIK House Jl Dr Setiabudi no 56 0222038668

Limited space only please hurry!!!

Saturday, November 1, 2008


these are my latest polyvore sets...

Leopard Lady

leopard lady by micka and the porkberry

Paris, im coming...

Au Revoir! by micka and the porkberry

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

miss that gratify and need some kinetic energy!

I want to put all of my pain in a chest of drawers
and we could take it out by the lake to empty ashore.
Or we could sell it at an antique auction or some other place
that has a bigger type of market for those kind of things.
You could buy me something in exchange.
It's hardly fair but that's the price you pay.
Or you could buy me something hard to drink
cause you know me...
And you know that I've got problems,and you know that drinks wont solve them.
Everybody knows that we've got problems in our room...
maybe we should move.

I tried to put all of my faith in the hands of a man.
And when he failed me I cried out what gives with my plans?
It's always my plans.
When I said that it's all your fault,it's funny I should place the fault at all.
It seems to me the fault is in our drinks
and the way I think...

When I know that you've got problems,and I know that I can't solve them.
Everybody knows that we've got problems of our own...
we should let it go.

For every lie I told,
the promises you made and broke...
We laugh it off, and we let it go.

The Lord has my our separate parts and joined them with forgiving hearts
We laugh it off, and we let it go.
Forgive it all,

good day

this Good Day...
morning sun and morning glories...
let's walk and go get some pictures with me!

walk around by mickalomaniac
my latest polyvore

Nude things!

what a crazy concept! nice try uhhmm....

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Blogging corner

in a brown wooden workbench with too many rubbish and kinda two-bit gadget. He in a black tuxedo trying to match leopard print in his tabletop.

ssshhh.... not so perfect illustration to describe my boring remover corner or my daily activities spot.

Semarak Tengkorak

Bikin Ruang Proudly Presents:
An Artshow by: Sunya-Raw - Painsugar - Arian13
Bikin Ruang
Jl.Benda 89, Kemang
Jakarta Selatan
Ph.: 021 7815114, 085921632868
email: bikinkontak@gmail.com

Merchandise, limited prints, & artworks are sold in venue.
It's Halloween, so there's gonna be a mask & costume party too!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Coming Soon : The Vogue.com

Agy for POP

agyness deyn free-falling-five-stories-naked-onto-a-crashmat photos. they have surfaced, and are in POP mag fall 2008. as obnoxious as she is, these photos are quite eyecatching. in some, she looks like shes magically floating, in others, the moments of falling are captured in a way that is just plain striking.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

another sunday!

Sunday is a freedom...
Sing along as the choir sways in the morning at the church..
Every verse of Amazin' Grace, And then i shake the Preacher's hand.
Go home, into my blue jeans,
Have some lunch and ready to go somewhere..
and finally i choose to go to Aksara with my dear and his sister.

on the way captured. dear,novita,me

Read, read, and read!

he's looking for Q magazine, to see about the return of OASIS

who's that boy by the way.. liam or iggy?

definitely not the library pose!

then we decide to watch wstcc mini concert inside aksara's cafe.

That's what I love about Sunday.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Dr Marten's strikes back

Dr. Marten is one of those brands that will always have a significant cult following. It’s safe to say that as long as there are disenfranchised youth somewhere, Dr Marten will have a solid constituency. and now is the time for dr marten strike back with their new collection and innovation.
Dr. Martens take a simple yet fresh approach at two of their models with a "Made in Monochrome" series that will be coming out this Fall/Winter 2008/09. The collection features two shoes from the 1460 series - an 8 eyelet boot and a 3 eyelet shoe - the "Made in Monochrome" series stripped things down to only the essentials and provide very clean, sophisticated yet effortless looks.

Mötley Crüe to Spore

Original Lineup featuring Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee & Mick Mars!
16 October, 2008 8pm @ Fort Canning Park!
Earlybird General Admission Tickets are $140 and go on sale Monday, September 8th at all Sistic outlets, www.sistic.com.sg or by calling (65) 6348 5555. The Ticket price will increase to $150 from Sept 22 to Oct 15 and $160 on the day of the show.

Monday, September 22, 2008

my desktop

sunny day, home alone, nothing thrill me, well i don't know what to do with myself..
perfect combination to say "BORING"
makes me want to show you my desktop look a like.. hihihihi

sorry for this wack post.... huuu

and now you are sick, it gives me quite a fright,
so please, let your illness be ended!
this place just isn't the same without you...

miss you dear.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Glastonbury Festival

Just a bit info about Glastonbury festival which is including either one of me and my bf's dreams. all this time we're only watch it at youtube, we're so excited to see the people, you know, everyone coming together for the same thing. Everyone wandering around, and basically seeing all the bands and taking in the atmosphere.

Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world and a template for all the festivals that have come after it. The difference is that Glastonbury has all the best aspects of being at a Festival in one astonishing bundle.
It's like going to another country, a hip and thrilling Brigadoon that appears every year or so. Coming to Glastonbury involves a fair amount of travel, and probably a queue to get in but, when you get past these impediments, you enter a huge tented city, a mini-state under canvas. British law still applies, but the rules of society are a bit different, a little bit freer. Everyone is here to have a wild time in their own way.
The Festival site has distinct socio-geographic regions. The more commercial aspects are around the Pyramid, Other and Dance stages, which feels as if the West End of London a Saturday night has been removed to a field and thoroughly beautified. Unlike the West End, visitors are on every guest list, from the night time cinemas to the biggest gigs. But that busy whirl of excitement is not to everyone's taste.
The Festival takes place in a beautiful location - 900 acres in the Vale of Avalon, an area steeped in symbolism, mythology and religious traditions dating back many hundreds of years. It's where King Arthur may be buried, where Joseph of Arimathea is said to have walked, where leylines converge. And the site is ENORMOUS - more than a mile and a half across, with a perimeter of about eight and a half miles.
The first Festival was held on the day after Jimi Hendrix died, over a two day period and before long “word had got around”. It was the Blues festival at the Bath & West Showground that had inspired Michael Eavis to begin a festival of his own although on a smaller scale.


Monday, September 15, 2008

fumbling the future

Found a flaw in the ending of a book that I've read twice
I set her straight, it's not based on my life.
There's tension in this room, We both blind to look forward
Fumbling 'round in the dark with a flashlight.
No need to be uncalm
We'll leave it by the phone
A message you can swallow
A letter to sign
No need to be alarmed
We'll leave this all alone
And all the guilt will follow you in a line.
We travel to the past by memory
Imagination’s what our future will be?

shut my eyes.

Which Trainspotting Character Are You?

definitely not revealing my mind, but i heart spud too..

Saturday, September 13, 2008

perfect gift for my perfect mate!

yeaaaaaa... i guess it could be a perfect gift for my mate, i know that everybody not just sit down and waiting but also do the count down for "Dig out your soul" release, not aside from him!

Thursday, September 11, 2008

smile make your day

"don't frown! you never know who's falling in love with your smile"

inspired by the joker, to campaign "there is no day without a smile".
model : my lil once

Sunday, September 7, 2008

less than gr8...

it's imaginary life, lets go for it!

big big thanks for bandung!

it's just my luck to get a super cool t-shirt from my super star female singer Lily allen. i got it from bandung online shopping several months ago. and the size so me... yipiya okaye! this tee will become my favorite for a long period of time.

this is me and my old school mate evhanz.

me and my partner.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Architecture in Helsinki brings a smile

Architecture in Helsinki is in my monthly playlist currently. esp, "heart it races" which is become my blog back sound. i love their music, it's cool! interesting, upbeat and experimental ,
let me introduce 'em to you,
Architecture in Helsinki is an Australian musical collective based in the suburb of Northcote in Melbourne. The group consists of Cameron Bird, Gus Franklin, Jamie Mildren, Sam Perry, and Kellie Sutherland.
Most of the band members can play multiple instruments. Their music makes use of a wide range of instruments, from more novel instruments such as analog synthesizers, samplers, the glockenspiel and handclaps; to concert band instruments like the trumpet, tuba, trombone, clarinet and recorder; and the more standard guitars, bass and drums.
The band has been on multiple national and international tours. They have toured the United States with acts such as Death Cab for Cutie and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and opened for David Byrne, The Polyphonic Spree, Yo La Tengo and Belle & Sebastian.

Places Like This is their latest album released in Australia on the 27th of July 2007 at the launch of their Australian tour.
track list :
1. "Red Turned White" - 2:46
2. "Heart It Races" - 3:14
3. "Hold Music" - 3:54
4. "Feather in a Baseball Cap" - 2:27
5. "Underwater" - 3:28
6. "Like It or Not" - 3:01
7. "Debbie" - 2:53
8. "Lazy (Lazy)" - 2:55
9. "Nothing's Wrong" - 3:22
10. "Same Old Innocence" - 3:30


new hobby for another money : TIE-DYEing

a new hobby for another money, yess! i love to tie-dyeing so much, it's kinda gratify, cheap, and easy.
i got my first tie dye shirt a year ago, it was a gift as "oleh2 dari bali" from my lil' bro. waaw, i love it so much...
several days after receive that tie dye, i got an idea to make my own tie dye. i decided to learn "how to make a tie dye" from youtube . and finally got my act together and got right into the adventure of tie-dye. Not only the adventure of finding the right shop to buy my next shirt, but experiencing the exhilaration of creating one of those great pieces of clothing myself. maybe you should try by yourself! it's cool...

this is a picture of my first tie dye shirt from Bali.

isn't this amazing?
yeeaah, but im not ready to show you my own tie dye now, because it's still messy. SOON, i promise!

Interested in making tie dye of your own? Here are basic tie-dye techniques, supply lists, and easy projects you can do.
Supplies needed :
* 100% Cotton T-shirt
* Fiber-reactive dyes
* Soda Ash
* Squirt Bottles
* Gloves
* Dust mask
* Apron or old clothes
* Rubber bands and/or string
* Measuring Spoons, Cups
* Containers for Mixing and Mixing Tools

Prepare the shirt :
Before tie-dyeing your shirt, it should be scoured or washed with hot water to remove any sizing that may keep the dye from adhering to the shirt.

Mix the Dye :
Next, you will need to mix the dyes. You can either mix the dye in water or chemical water. Fiber reactive dye will dissolve more easily in warm water 95-110 degrees. When handling dyes, you should be very careful to avoid spills. You should also wear gloves and a dustmask. Please review Dyeing Safety. Most sources recommend mixing 2 tsp of dye to 1 cup of water. Consult Procion Dye Concentrations for further discussion. Mix the dye thoroughly. Guidelines for Mixing Dyes Pour the mixed dye into squirt bottles.

Fold and Soak the Shirt :
You also need to fold the shirt. Some easy common folds are the accordion fold, spiral, and Scrunch or Chaos. Once you have folded the shirts, soda soak them in a solution of 1/4 cup of soda ash to one quart of water for 10-20 minutes. Try to squeeze out the excess solution without disturbing the folds. Some prefer to allow the shirt to dry out a bit over time--perhaps overnight.

Apply the Dye :
When you are ready, apply the dye to the fabric using the squirt bottles. How you apply the dye depends upon the the fold or folds you used. In the case of the a spiral fold, apply the different colors in wedges like pie slices. With a scrunch or chaos, you might apply the dye randomly starting with lighter colors and progressing to darker colors. Shirts tied with the accordion fold are generally dyed by applying dye to tied off sections. (Refer to specific folds for more guidance.) Make sure you get the dye gets into the inner layers by inserting the nozzle into the folds (unless you want a lot of white). Primary colors can also be blended on the fabric as the dye is applied to create seconday colors. For example, purple can be created by applying both red and blue dye to the same section of the shirt. Refer to Color for more information about color and for color recommendations.

Cure, Rinse and Wash :
Put the dyed shirt into a plastic bag and let it cure in a warm place (at least room temperature) at least 12 hours (refer to cure time). Remove the string or rubber bands and rinse out the dye starting with cool water at first, then rinse in hot water (some people put the shirts directly in the washing machine without initial rinsing). The shirts should be washed a couple of times before wearing--at least once in hot water. After that, most recommend washing with darks a few times before combining with regular laundry as a precaution.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

oh my wishlist!

hello, im back to blogging again and i want to share my joy here...
these are my current wish list,
still hope for magic lamp and the big benevolent genie or shocked money from helmi yahya maybe....

apposition :
1. Black Blondie Zebra Tee from Blondie merchandise.
i love Blondie and i love zebra, so.. this is great combination!
2. KISCO Brogue Lace Up from Topshop.
3. Moccasin Fringe Boot from Topshop.
start with one word : perfect!
4. Bleach color jeans from Cheap Monday.
5. My favorite design from my favorite designer. from Hyde SK.
ooch Sacha Knight, u're so genius!
6. Talking Japanesse watch from fred flare.
it's kinda cute and fun.. rite?
7. Vans sk8 middle red-true white from Vans shoes.
8. Elke Kramer Jewellery from Elke Jewellery.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

yeaaahh... flannelette everyone! i got these picture below from the others blog... and they loved to wear flannel...

and, so lucky i am...
i found this flannel shirt at Pasar Senen.. yiiihaaa!