Basheer Design Books is a unique design book store specializes in selling design books and magazines on Architecture, Interior, Graphic, Advertising, Fashion, Illustration, Photography, Multimedia, Movie, Art and much more.
They sell all kind of vintage stuffs, they have second hand & first hand stuffs to sell. e.g: backpack, wallet, clothes, glasses, shoes etc. And they will soon have a weekend's flea market, and also a mini music concert irregularly a day of every month.
They Open daily, you can visit there for a hearty breakfast, relaxed lunch or dinner, or enjoy a glass of wine paired with one of their premium cheeses. They source over 70 farmhouse cheeses from artisan producers in the UK, Ireland, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland & Holland. A Very Chill place to hang out with friends.
They sell Film, Cameras, Polaroid, Photography
Accessories, etc. They also do photography sharing session, & workshops irregularly. The Founder of Filme has the largest collection of unprocessed film in the World - Guinness World Records.
Mint offers a great selection of Polaroid Camera & accessories, specializing in the SX-70 series! They provide latest full range of instant film with best-in-class, world-wide coverage at affordable prices. They also organize multiple Instant photography workshops and photographic exhibitions regularly. My first solo exhibition was also hosted by them.
Furze Chan is an Illustrator and graphic designer, who lives and works in Hong Kong. Furze is a regular contributor to Obscura Magazine. She is also one of the founders of 1984 Publishing. Her previous clients includes JR Central Japan Railways, M le magazine du Monde, Vice Media, and J.Crew.
Claudia’s work is based on her personal experience as a heterosexual woman in modern world dating, and her view on female sexuality along with humour and sarcasm. Behind her colourful cartoon-based images, there is always a simple message or a lighthearted joke. The caption is a very important element to the imagery because she believes a piece of good work is not only visually interesting, but it also needs to serve a purpose.