Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Pattern Table

Recycled noodle boxes

Collaboration T-shirts

Tear dorp Mugs

Fundraising Exhibition (solo) with Cumca,
Dreaming Camera Project

We raised over $3,000 and
all profits have been used for kids in Brundi.

Installation art + Drawing + T-shirts + Mugs
All by sua

25 May - 07 June 2011
At Peace Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Wednesday, July 6, 2011



Photographed by Sua

2011, Mixed media :
Markers & Spray bottle art
using recycled plastic bottles

One of the major problems in Africa must be water scarcity.
1 out of every 5 deaths under 
the age of 5 is due to a
water-related disease.

And this is just one tiny bit of facts 
out of so many problems caused either by water shortage 
or drinking unclean water.

This recycled bottle art collection is one of my support actions for 
suffering people in Africa and not to forget tears they fall.


Africa Water Facts
Desert, rainforest, and savanna – over 900 million people live in Africa, the second largest continent in the world. Of all who live in Africa, 340 million people (38%) lack access to clean water and 500 million people (56 %) lack access to sanitation facilities.
If you lived in Africa, you would have to walk an average of six kilometers (3.72 miles) to carry often dirty or murky water home to your family for use. The burden of this chore falls on the women and children of a household.
The Nile, Niger, Volta and Zambezi River Basins cross multiple political borders making water policy difficult and even volatile, according to research conducted by the UN as featured on the BBC.