Waking up early on weekends isn’t something most people do. Which is also why for those of us who enjoy driving, it is the only time for us to put on our fancy driving shoes, take the dusty covers off our cars and get stuck into our favourite tunes as we potter around what limited […]Read more "Chasing classic haze"
The past few weeks have been a rather exciting time to be an auto-otaku in Singapore, with a number of automotive meets and events happening over two consecutive weekends. A showcase of tuned up and dressed up machines over at IAM Singapore, a heritage event for both old and youngtimers, and this casual yet eye-opening […]Read more "Classics Invade Chinatown"
Back in 2016, i did a series of automotive illustrations for our local quarterly held Cars & Coffee style meet before printing them out on art-cards and giving them away. It never occured to me to put them together until now. The cars are all my original artwork, the ladies are edited stock images from […]Read more "Cars & Kopi illustrated"
I’m guessing for those reading this, the Giulia isn’t something you’ve not heard of before, Alfa’s triumphant return to the FR platform it abandoned years ago and their latest attempt to tackle the German big three. So after more than two years since its premier in Italy, the automotive Gods have finally decided to grace […]Read more "Alfa Giulia (finally) arrives in Singapore"
Continuing my (rather casual) assault on the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon, i find myself back into the halls of Makuhari Messe once again on an early Saturday morning. Previously we’ve taken a look at some exotic machinery as well as BMWs, so with continued focus on cars from outside of Japan, let’s take a look […]Read more "Tokyo Auto Salon 2015: Day 2, Part 1-Rise of the Imports"