Every KK Fu blade comes with a logo etched into it, the twin swooshes of his initials doubling up on that Nike ‘Just Do It’ insignia. It is an exercise in branding but in the best possible way. It goes way beyond a logo, instead a quiet mark of quality.
Government quarters and company houses were once the mainstay of housing across Kuching. Small clusters of these properties, built to accommodate public servants and company officials of all ranks and responsibilities, peppered the landscape from Jalan Bampfylde to Batu Lintang.
Is fashion art or industry? This is a question which has puzzled commentators for decades. The idea of wearable art has revolved around the reality that the more artistic the garment, the less wearable it often becomes.
Lipi anak Ula lives in a double-storey detached house, a short walk from her family’s orchard. Above the door is a charm, a gnarled root strung together with a dessicated ant’s nest and a small, golden shell, its spiral mirroring the curl of the root.