Month: October 2016

Scare yourself silly with these creepy Halloween artworks!

Unable to head out Trick of Treating tonight? No fret, here are some spooky artworks to put you right in the Halloween mood. Created by Malaysian artists, these artworks were made using various art forms including, pencil, ink and digitally. Since it is October and that means it’s the month of Inktober, several of these artworks were created to celebrate Inktober. Pssssst! Here are some of the amazing Inktober artists to follow. And check out these Deepavali artworks too! Good luck sleeping tonight. By the way, there are tons more creepy artworks in the form of comics published by indie comic...

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Ubud’s PechaKucha presentation format – engaging or tricky?

Malaysian poet Melizarani T. Selva kicks off Ubud’s PechaKucha event. Image credit: Abdul Qayyum Jumadi Malaysian writer Abdul Qayyum Jumadi was recently selected by Fixi Novo to experience the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2016 at Bali, Indonesia from October 26 to October 30, 2016. The author of Deathwritten, a short story part of Fixi’s KL Noir: Yellow shares with Eksentrika his thoughts on the Pecha Kucha presentation format.  I arrived at about 12:30am in Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar. Thinking that Bali would still be alive in these hours, I made the mistake of booking a night flight (This is only...

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Celebrate Deepavali by enjoying these artworks created by Malaysians

Deepavali or Diwali is a Hindu festival symbolising the triumph of good over evil. Of light over darkness. Of wisdom over ignorance and in some cases, colors over achromatism. Here are a bunch of talented local artists from Doodle Malaysia who came up with Deepavali artworks of their own to usher in the festival in true Malaysian fashion! Owh! Eksentrika would love to take the opportunity to wish our readers a Happy Deepavali! Think we’ve missed out an artist? Drop us a comment below and we’ll add the artist in! Have a Deepavali inspired artwork to share? Send em over...

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MEGHA DUTA – BAHAGIAN 4 OLEH: UTHAYA SANKAR SB

Baca bahagian-bahagian sebelumnya di sini.  Sloka 3 – Apabila yaksa terpandang gumpalan awam berkenaan, dia menjadi amat sayu. Dia cuba mengawal air mata yang mahu gugur. Kalidasa mencatatkan dalam Megha Duta betapa orang yang sedang berasa gembira juga akan berasa sedikit terkesan apabila memandang awan yang berarak di langit. Menurut penyair, emosi seorang individu yang bersendirian pasti lebih terganggu kerana dia akan teringat akan kekasih atau isteri yang tiada di sisi. Demikianlah juga keadaan yaksa yang sudah lapan bulan tinggal sendirian di Bukit Ramagiri. Hatinya begitu rindu untuk menyentuh, memegang, memeluk dan berkasih dengan yaksi. Sloka 4 – Musim...

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POETRY | By Kevin Lau

Live for Today by artist Keat * For all that is was or will ever be now is all that you will ever see * For ever is in the now and now is in for-ever   Kevin Lau is a pseudo poet who delves into the art of what he calls ‘pseudo poetry’, almost-there-but-not-quite-there-yet poetry. Keat is a digital artist and designer who have been exploring computer graphics since 2005. Keat believes in the positive effects yoga and meditation can have towards oneself. Everything he does, from an idea, to action to creation, is just a reflection of his inner...

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