HAOCamp @ The Substation is a freestyle conference platform that brings together folks who are part of cultures/subcultures – from longboarding to coffee cultures, classic barbering to the traditional kuda kepang performances – to share about their interests.
BEFORE LUNCH (10.30 to 1.00PM)
1) 10.30 – 11.00am Nanyang Old Coffee – “TRADITIONAL SINGAPORE COFFEE VS INTERNATIONAL GOURMET COFFEE”2) 11.00 – 11.30am Adib Jalal, Five Foot Way: Seeing the City Through Different Lenses
3) 11.30 – 12.00pm Marc Nair – Helming Lit Up Singapore 2012 & the ‘Occupied Art’ idea
4) 12.30 – 1.00pm David Chew – On Art Criticism & Writing
AFTER LUNCH (1.30 to 5.00PM)
1) 1.30 – 2.00pm Hitoshi Lee – Longboarding: Riding the Concrete Wave
2) 2.30 – 3.00pm MMohawk – The Art of Classic Barbering
3) 6.00 – 7.00pm Tedja Timur – Kuda Kepang: Subculture Through Revival, A Talk & Demonstration
We have other speakers and topics lined up around these key presenters too so drop by The Substation and discover the lesser-known happenings in your very own city!
The corresponding HAO Summit 2012 is conceptualised by Khairuddin Hori & Audrey Wong and presented by The Substation. Learn about the HAO Summit at www.thesubstation.org/hao-summit-2012/
Date/Time: Saturday, 4th August 2012, 10am – 5.30pm
Venue: The Substation
Register or learn more about HAOCamp at https://sites.google.com/site/artcampsg.
Pictures of hair cuts in an office space.
Digging out some of the older pictures because I have really neglected this wordpress account of mine too much, so some of you probably do not know what I have been doing out of the salon.
Lazy to explain, so, please watch the video!
Please take some time to click through and follow me if you have this app.
Been cutting more and more of the old school 1950’s kind of hair styles lately.
Just because I cut very few of such styles last time does not mean I don’t/can’t do it.
For all the hair crazy cats out there: practice hard with the hair products!
Mervyn Hi: Barber / Black Sheep.
Huge thanks to the Communique Team!
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Thank you very much!!!
MMohawk. was featured on NEW ERA.
Huge thanks to Erin Pollina, the Web Marketing Coordinator of New Era Cap Co!
This is also the surprise dedicated to my friend, Alvin, who’s a huge fan of New Era Caps.
Hope you like this surprise!
I’ve always been getting requests for a barber video, and I have also always thought of having a barber video like most of the barbers in USA.
I’m still trying to make my dream come true: my own barbershop-cum-cafeorprawnmeestoreorsomething.
Hunting for a barber-chair at the moment, keeping my fingers and toes crossed!
Thanks to my friend Breandon I am one step closer to having the barber video.
You can check out the preview,
And also, the slideshow he did.
Breandon also loves drawing, and he is all self-taught.
Like a friend I got to know recently who is also self-taught, Desmond Kaine Tay. He does graphic, 3-D, animation and much much more. One of my inspirations in life too.
Looking at the name-card my girlfriend designed for me, and the initial branding and positioning she wanted MMohawk. to have, I really have to thank her for it.
If you haven’t seen the namecard, it looks like this.
Wicked tools, with the tagline “whatever it takes”.
Waiting for the different tag-lined name-cards to be printed.
So, stay tuned for the final video!
Will definitely keep you guys updated!
And be sure to check out my latest haircuts at http://www.facebook.com/mmohawk !!
MMohawk. was featured by the stylish Sarah on wottoncool
more photos here.
Many thanks to Sarah for the mention, and i am glad she came to me for the cut, especially when it’s a huge decision for a girl to shave her hair.
What kind of photos do you take? the kind of photos i take. i would say heavily inspired by lomography. and also because my PEN has the art filter. I loved using the Fisheye2 and Holga, but it got too expensive for me! i like to experiment, use the trial&error method when it comes to Continue reading