Tuesday, March 13, 2012

No Ordinary Love

Nothing like a convention coming into town to freshen up my knowledge of the toy scene. Ran into this beautifully detailed piece coming out from the lovely Camilla d'Errico, based on her painting, 'No Ordinary Love'. How precious! Glad to see she's still into our tentacle-ly friends.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

pacific park

So I went to pier in Santa Monica this weekend...

Thursday, February 23, 2012


Hello my remaining followers!

First of all, thank you to all the people that have kept in touch with this blog <3

It has been quite the hiatus I took but I come back with my fancy Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in English. HUZZAH FOR ME. Its been an intense journey with my senior courses and projects but sadly, school is over. Until grad school that is...

But enough about me.

Oh and I also took a trip to Europe right after my last finals. IT WAS QUITE AWESOME IF I MAY SAY SO. However, no octopuses were seen.

Monday, April 5, 2010

rare octopus

"Hey Luu,
I was digging through my old sketch book, and I found this drawing I did of an octopus I created approx 10 - 12 years ago. Thought you'd enjoy it (since you're fond of the octopus and stuff)
Hope all is well

Luke Chueh"

Thanks again Luke! :D

On a personal note, all is well, and at a super busy rate too. School just keeps getting busier and busier and I find myself more and more involved on campus with my documentary club and Asian heritage month committee. My blogs have definitely been on MIA but only because I am in action everywhere else. Posts will be slow but I'll try to keep them steady. Hang in there octopie blog, I still love you.

Saturday, February 27, 2010


A lithograph & screen-print poster I found at Central Illustration by Mick Marston. He should definitely consider making some animations (if he hasn't already). I think they would be a trip. Fun trip.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Corridors of Blood

I just love red and teals. It's just... so perfect.
It made my night to discover this delightful illustrator, Josh Cochran, whom I have probably seen his work one time or another from some source of media around Los Angeles. I also have to mention how adorable A Spoonful of Sugar print is. I'm a sucker for umbrellas too...

[via notcot.org]

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Make Room For the Emptiness

Teal and red.
My favorite color combination; a duo that our Jim Houser is familiar with and used for his last solo show at Jonathan Levine. I'm grown heavily attached to his simplistic, clean pieces whether they be single subjects in hollow space, or a cluster of ideas intertwined into one thought. I have yet to experience one of his installations in person but until then, a collection of his work on my blog will do.