I was recently interviewed by the Jam Factory magazine about the my current project called ‘Study of the Blues’, which is a research about the meaning of colour blue in each culture. I have collected some blue dyed fabrics , as known as indigo, in Thailand’s rural villages and trying to get everything together and make some clothes out of it. You can read by clicking the pages’ pictures to enlarge. Thank you Jam Factory for these beautiful photos. The Jam Factory magazine Issue 05 : April 2015 Photo by Tanapol Kaewpring Interview by Mintra Ruengsakvichit
Something Boudoir A/W 12 “Forever is Ever” Print design First sketches on cartridge paper Using color markers, pens and pastels. Then I arranged and re-colored them in computer. This print, Forever is Ever, contains the elements of highschool girls friendship, liveliness and fun. The clothes are available from now on at Something Boudoir store at Siam Center Pop Cont, Bangkok, Thailand. Image courtesy of Something Boudoir
OBJECTS THAT MATTER IN MY EVERYDAY LIFE I never feel guilty for liking my stuffs, because I really do believe the things I love do matter. They connect me to people in my life – to my past, present, and future. They come with beauty, meaning and experience Like a tangible form of memories to remember and share. To read the interview, click on each image to enlarge
Thank you p’Kratae (Vichuda Kruehiran) to give me another opportunity to get my works featured on Computer Arts Thailand magazine, after asking me to write the Senada angel scarf design process on the tutorial column in issue 24. This time it is March 2012 issue that she interviewed me about my previous works, my philosophy of studying, working, and my intention for the future and this blog. You can collect Computuer Arts Thailand issue 33 (Mar 2012) from nearby magazine rack from now on. But let’s make it special for Vanillawalk readers, I have scanned the interview part, three pages, for you all now.
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. < 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 :)