It is thanks to his insatiable sense of curiosity that influential Brazilian artist, Vik Muniz, has been reaching out to others for the past three decades, repurposing a broad range of non-traditional materials to recreate canonical artworks that change the way people see things. The 58-year-old dislikes working in his studio. To be productive, he needs to learn new things and meet people. “I am not good at anything, except that I am very curious,” he confesses, “I am the most curious person I know. I’m constantly trying to work with people who are experts in what they do, be they scientists, bioengineers, astrophysicists, psychologists, perfume makers or winemakers. It’s a risk when you work with people who have their own creative skills because they tend to be protective of what they do and know.” Nonetheless, that has never stopped him and he relishes the opportunity for collaboration, saying, “As part of my practice, I work on several fronts, and one of these fronts ... » Learn More about This Brazilian artist creates artworks using materials like PB&J, ketchup and literal trash
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Who cares about raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens? Give us a life-sized Iron Man or even a home gym, because those are a few of our favourite things ever since celebrities like Michelle Chong, Sharon Au, Vincent Ng, and S.H.E's Ella Chen gave us plebeians a sneak peek into their home through social media. Ever wondered what the life of the rich and famous looks like? IRON MAN STATUE Nothing much, it's just a life-sized Iron Man suit hanging out at the corner. Local actor and wushu champion Vincent Ng shared this photo of an Iron Man suit back in 2016. While he may have moved since then, he packed the suit to go because it even got its own introduction in this Home and Decor video . And if you're wondering, he confirmed that you can actually wear the suit. When Taiwanese actress Vivian Hsu uploaded this photo of son Dalton, did she think he would be up-staged by a life-sized Iron Man statue in the background? Netizens couldn't help but notice the ... » Learn More about Which celebs have life-sized Iron Man statue at home, home gym, post-card views from the living room?
The Covid-19 outbreak has taken the world by surprise, and not only have medical personnel stepped forward selflessly to tackle the crisis, but regular citizens have also banded together to help one another weather the storm. Over the past months, we've seen numerous acts of kindness such as neighbours providing masks and disinfectants for one another , locals making their own hand sanitisers for the community to use, and even free meals to support our healthcare workers. Celebrities are no exception . Beyond donations and humanitarian aid , stars across Asia have also written and produced songs to help cheer everyone on . ALSO READ: Rui En, fan club, celeb friends gift over 2,000 care packages to local frontline medical staff, cleaners, drivers - A PLACE WITH LOVE Features: Charles Tu, Jay Shih, Dennis Sun The song is a Taiwanese production performed by Taiwanese celebs, but the lyrics will ring true wherever you are, especially the chorus: "This ... » Learn More about These star-studded motivational songs will help get you through the coronavirus outbreak
ANTWERP: Belgium’s café terraces will not reopen to thirsty beer drinkers for another week but the country’s renowned brewers are already all hands to the pump. Six months after the country went into a second coronavirus lockdown, proud bar owners and beer makers alike are keen to get back to business. They are confident their countrymen and women have not lost their taste for Belgium’s world-famous brews, but the task of getting new barrels into cellars is huge. And — with interior service still banned and social distancing in place — time is running out for some in an industry that has already been hit hard by the pandemic. “It’s a whole machine that needs to be put back on the road,” explains Lionel Van Der Haegen, director of the Silly brewery, in the Belgian village of the same name. The brewery is working hard, but Van Der Haegen fears for the bars that take his beer. “Some have gone bankrupt,” he told Agence France-Presse (AFP). “Every day counts. We need to ... » Learn More about Belgium brewers raring to get back