Tang Yau Hoong

This morning I was searching for a Full Moon image seeing as I suddenly realised that I’d missed this week’s full moon, which occurred on Sunday. To be honest though, I knew. I mean what else could I blame my crazy emotions on this week?

Anyway, during this search process I stumbled upon this gorgeous Full Moon design by Tang Yau Hoong, a Malaysian visual artist/ graphic designer/ illustrator/ amazing all-round talented guy. He creates simple yet complicated designs, which is really quite similar to life in general. He is bursting with creative ideas and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his Facebook Page so that you, too, can enjoy his fantastical works.

Here are a few of my favourites, starting with the Full Moon design which sparked me to become his fan:

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Salvador Dali- mind of genius

Entering the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, I did not expect to stumble upon an exhibition of amazingness. Currently, the hall is exhibiting Salvador Dali’s crazy cool mind, and if you’re wandering through Taipei, I highly recommend a little visit. I’d heard his work was pretty freaking surreal, but the mind truly boggles when it looks at his stuff. It’s fascinating and utterly eccentric and yet, beautiful. It’s running until 30th September, and you can find out more info here. I love this guy…

I especially like this last butterfly lady. Oh Salvador…