In today’s day and age, having a fancy tagline proclaiming your product’s exceptional qualities is just not quite enough. Which is why when it comes to cars, automobile manufacturers spare no expense cashing out cheques their marketing departments are writing. From the tracks to the streets, competition between manufacturers is fierce, but for most of […]Read more "Through Their Paces: BMW Singapore’s Performance Fest"
Oh Tokyo. How you keep fascinating me with your myriad of cars running around your city streets. Every time i go, i see something new, something exciting and something totally unexpected. This time was no different. When you are in a place where many have proclaimed has one of the most amazing car cultures in […]Read more "TOKYO AUTO-OTAKU 2018: DAIKANYAMA MORNING CRUISE PART 2: Tokyo Tokyo"
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"
It’s been a long time but i’ve finally made it for another one of T-Site’s fantastic Cars and Coffee-esque morning meet ups! Dubbed, “Morning Cruise”. For one reason or another, i’ve never had much luck with these meets on my previous visits to Tokyo but this time, it’s happening! And on the day i was […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku 2018: Daikanyama Morning Cruise Part 1: May we meet?"
It’s been a good two-ish years with the Super cool black 1 series cabriolet and with it’s lifespan on our local roads reaching an end due to our unfortunate tax regime, it was time to let her go. In truth, we’ve been randomly looking at cars on and off for the past few months but […]Read more "Introducing De Blond Svensk"
Having covered our Tokyo culinary capers in my last post, here are some of my gastronomical highlights from our short jaunt up to Kanazawa and Takayama. For those not yet in the know, Kanazawa is best known for seafood (and rice… but seafood’s definitely more exciting than rice), with neighbouring Takayama offering up some choice […]Read more "Kanazawa Food-Otaku: The Good Stuff"
Have i ever told you how much i love going to Tokyo? I LOVE GOING TOKYO! Besides the obvious reasons (cars, cars, cars…), another aspect of travelling to Tokyo is the absolutely crazy amount of food available. When even just hitting up a local Matsuya for a quick bowl of Gyudon (i go for one […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: Of old acquaintances and new found friends"