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The concept of meaning starts with emptiness. It is like an empty bowl.
You may fill an empty bowl with whatever you may wish – whether it be rice, fruit or soup – and yet it is impartial to its contents.
And after you fill your bowl you soon empty it again.

☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/art/treasures-of-meaning/
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Rarely you find witty sharp humor, meaningful content and globally important issues all included into an artist work. Melinda Hegedus has definitely something to say. Her awesome illustrations offer a reflexion about relevant solutions for feeding the world.

She has the ability to craft simple ironic memes and the courage to speak out of the box, committing to the message instead of just to the art world. We met for a chat on a Singapore hostel rooftop, in a dry night with breeze, and in our long talk she hit lots of interesting reason and motivation. Here are some extracts of the most significant points.



☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/art/the-cow-is-not-your-mom/
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What’s triggering our food choices? It’s imagination for sure. We imagine the taste, the feeling, the effect of the food we are about to put in our mouth. But there is much more. As what we imagine is very variable from individual to individual, it is a well recognized reality that this process is influenceable. That is the reason behind the big budget international food giants spend to advertise their industrial food creations.

In this post we are displaying a variety of chocolate and cookies packaging that definitely have a visual impact and are surely look very cool to most of us.



☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/studies/eat-cartoons/
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The year of the Rooster just started with the traditional festivities that the Balinese Chinese community celebrate with lots of incenses and the Barongsai dance.

☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/photo-journalism/bali-chinese-rooster/
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An head full of flowers carefully prepared in the shape of an headdress.

Once a year the young girls of the village carry it for a whole afternoon performing a slow dance.



☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/photo-journalism/women-flowers-and-dances/
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Part of Singapore Biennale 2016, An Atlas of Mirrors presents contemporary artworks by more than 60 artists and art collectives from Southeast Asia, and East and South Asia.

“FROM WHERE WE ARE, HOW DO WE PICTURE THE WORLD AND OURSELVES?”

In charting our way around the world, humankind has relied on instruments of vision as well as navigation. Atlases map and mirror our journeys of discovery and often make visible more than just physical terrain; driven by our needs and desires, they embolden us to venture into the unknown.



☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/studies/an-atlas-of-mirrors/
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We all stick to habits we have developed while growing up. I doesn’t matter if those routines are not appropriate anymore. We also describe things mostly only as we have been told to call them.

Genova, an Italian harbour city was once a city state, an independent republic based on maritime trade. 700 years later, it is just a forgotten provincial town of little relevance, besides tonnage. Genova decline is still on. Its population, which reached more than 817.000 people in 1971, totals now to 586.000. It shrunk 28% according to 2016 Istat data.



☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/studies/dolce-vita/
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Illustrated here by Andrew Park, Ha-Joon Chang explains why every single person can and should get their head around basic economics.

☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/inspiring/economics-for-everyone/
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In the rugged coast of the north Mediterranean sea lives a man named Francesco. He takes photos for fun and publish them on Facebook. He hit me for his clean compositions and his smooth, fluid photography. Check out a selection of his works on forms.

☺ YO! this is an extract from Fumes: http://fumes.junglestar.org/studies/form/
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What we eat is completely related to the culture in which we grow up. Few reflect on the impact that our diet may have on the planet or on other living creatures.

While modern media has convinced us to eat artificial food like margarine or corn flakes - and they put a lot of effort suppling us with reasons - few reflect on the actual impact that our food is having on our body, our performance and the way we feel.

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