There is Light at the end of the Tunnel

Many, many years ago I exchanged a few conversations with a professor in mathematics/ statistics over a Go-chess game; refer to end text or Google to learn about the game. And of course the reason why I am sharing the narrated version of the conversation is because of its relevance to the topic of this…

Affordable Art SG 2017

Most of us are aware of pseudo-artworks or triple A-grade artworks on the market, and sometimes items from these markets are purchased for casual display or interior works. Although consumers’ choice to purchasing pirated artworks are not within the creators’ control, it is essential to highlight that there are major differences between the real and…

Living it up to The House of Dior

The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture At the National Gallery of Victory (NGV), until November 7th, 2017. If you have missed The House of Dior exhibition in Melbourne, Australia, we have some pictures for you. We are not sure if this exhibition will go on global or cities tour, but it seems…

Hijack-ed via mobile apps

Our platform was hijacked a few times while I, the founder and sources from contributory groups forwarded their first-hand information to NaoRococo. I take the hijack as the compliment that it was targetted by people that we do not know and are kept in the dark. Be it for attention, we don’t really care about…

Nao & WGallery

WGallery has now been updated to Nao & WGallery, and of course, there always a need to have a fresh web design. It is a slightly better recognition in the art media industry as NaoRococo delivers the media, design and art education content whereas WGallery shows artworks by young aspiring artists. Nao & WGallery is…

Reads: Your Last Summer Drive

This is not a paid or sponsored posting. Let’s start off with a book on architecture and design. It is very difficult to find a classic and useful book which stands true through the test of time. If you are an architecture student or already a profession in design you would have learned a lot…

Selling of Lin’s Artworks

Bring Art Home She is running out of storage space and moving out of her island. Hence, a posting about selling part of her artworks. About the artist Yuhui Lin (NY Lin) Lin is the founder of NaoRococo and The Waterhouse. Before her active involvement in art and design journalism, she had dedicated all of…

Interior deco apps and furniture design

It is very, very rare to find individuals who know-their-knows in tech, and by means of knowing what you really know is to be able to break down every single programming code and re-programme for your very own use. The irony about listing what fluency is in your CV (concerning a software programme) is a…

Some products exist… because…

Because it is different. And by means of being different, the existence or the development of a product need not be to satisfy the lack of needs or demands among people and in the environment. We are living in the World of abundance, and farmers produce more than enough to feed every on this planet….

Urban Window Display

In Hong Kong and Singapore where land is limited, and every inch in the department store counts, you kinda need a PhD in marketing and advertorial. Next to E.Marinella’s window display (Hong Kong) there’s a window display for cobbler in action. It’s only open at specific hours of the day and it comes with a…

Stack it up! Containers like your childhood building blocks

The use of old shipping containers has gained its popularity in Asia. First of all, it is relatively less costly than the usual building bricks and glass. For less than 2,000 dollars you get a ready-made room, an entrance, a small window, lights and an in-built ventilator or small air-condition. If the containers were to…