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Angel dancing in the universe prints for Senada* AW10 scarf
got featured in Computer Arts (Thailand) magazine April2011 issue.
The issue is about ‘Tactility of Textile’ , so there’re many showcases and interviews of
illustrators and graphic designers who work in between the fields of fashion&graphic design.
(including p’O Terawat Teankaprasith for Sretsis and Painkiller, and  p’Ho of Disaya.)
For both graphic and fashion students, It’s worth buying one.

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For me I don’t called myself a designer, I’m a fashion student but love to do
fashion illustration more than those patterns or linin prototypes.
feel good to be among these two things I love. that’s it.

you can follow my instructions for practicing, but please, no commercial.
Cos I did this for Senada* for free, I don’t earn any wages.
Glad the collection was popular, (for every gender hahaha)
It’s pleasing to see people wearing these prints on them. money does not matter.

Thanks :)

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  1. August 13, 2011

    Beyond!

  2. April 29, 2011

    Khun Cool Ong ^^

  3. April 27, 2011

    ใช่ค่ะ ใช้เมาส์ปากกา

  4. to3ii #
    April 26, 2011

    ลายน่ารักมากๆ พี่อยากได้ผ้าพันคอสักผืน แต่ยังเก็บตังค์อยู่เลย 5555
    ปล. อุ้งตัดเส้นในโฟโต้ชอปนี่ ใช้เม้าส์ปากการึเปล่าคะ

  5. April 26, 2011

    เยี่ยมไปเลยน้องอุ้ง (:
    two thumbs up!

  6. mo #
    April 26, 2011

    โอย! love you, love the way you are

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