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KL Design Week 2011: Little Syam and Raw

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A whole lot of nice things coming form Asia today here on Bloesem… 

The second post about artists I met during last weeks KL design week. Little Syam, a pretty famous artist here in KL… especially known for her bookbinding workshops :-)… her handmade screenprints on canvasses, tote bags and t-shirts are really nice. I hope one day she will start giving workshops for screen-printing too!

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Little-Syam shared her booth with the lovely lady from RAW, who makes these patchwork footstools. Bothe artists have a background in graphic design but prefer, I believe, to makes these great interior design accesoiries. 

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  1. Tobias

    Wow – i really like the small seats in the last picture! It’s the first time i see your blog and i really enjoy it to look around – thanks for sharing all the great things! Tobias


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