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Endlessly curious. My work primarily involves the use of embroidery. I am interested in collapsing the boundaries between traditional and popular cultures and exploring the links that exist between these two. My work examines how this particular mishmash manifests itself in modern times, especially concerning modern youths. Preferring to work with craft-based techniques, I am attracted to the evidence of the hand and its time-consuming aspect, which runs counter to the instant gratification and mass-production centred age of today. My works have been exhibited in Singapore, the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan.

For enquiries about purchase of artworks, write to me at izziyanasuhaimi@gmail.com. Or just simply to say hello.

All content is by me, unless otherwise stated. If I used a photo of yours and you would like it down, please don't hesitate to ask. If you want to use any of my photos, please ask too. If you reblog any of my works, please do credit. Thank you.

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NYLON Singapore - Art & Design issue. Get it!

On a very hot March afternoon, I sat down with Randy Yeo from Nylon Singapore, with some cold juice and cookies at my room/workspace. We had a very nice conversation about art in Singapore, the line between art and design, my work practice and many other things. Read all about it in their second issue. 

I am very very excited now that it’s out and am extra honoured (and out of my head over the moon) that the people at Nylon Singapore chose to feature me and my works amongst six other superbly talented creatives. A big thank you! 

As part of the feature, we were asked to make our own Nylon cover. Here’s what I did!

I am very proud as well to share these pages with a fellow artist whom I admire loads - TR853-1. If you remember, we exhibited together in the exhibition, Don’t Forget To Remember, at The Arts House. Read all about his involvement in the H&M annual campaign Fashion Against Aids (FAA) here.

Get your copy of Nylon Singapore now. They run out really fast, trust me.