We are highly grateful that our design with theme “SPREAD” was selected in this 1000+7 projects in KL Design Week 2009. And, this design was finally won the award of TOP 10.

BECOME “Be an ECO friend like me” ENVIRONMENT COMMUNITY ORGANISATION is one of the exhibition projects in KL Design Week focusing on saving the environment and a campaign platform urging general public to “SAY NO TO
PLASTIC BAG!”

The organizer has collected 1000+7 designs from designers from around the world and the graphic illustration was printed on reusable bag and exhibitedby hanging on trees around the parks of Kuala Lumpur.

At Home Creative had the opportunity to take part in this event. Here, we wish to express our utmost appreciation to the organiser for sponsored us secret tent for exhibition.

KL Design Week 2009

KL Design Week 2009

Below is our secret tent for the exhibition, the decoration is based on our company name – At Home Creative. It just like a home with creativity!

Our Secret Tent

Our Secret Tent

Inside our secret tent

Inside our secret tent

Members of our home

Members of our home

Reusable bag with our different themes of green mission designs.

"Fight"

"Fight"

“Disappearing”

“Disappearing”

“Inspiration”

“Inspiration”

One of our design was selected and won the awards of Top 10.

This is the design - "Spread"   which was won awards.

This is the design - "Spread" which was won awards.

Hand over the certificate

Hand over the certificate

Top 10 winners from different   countries.

Top 10 winners from different countries.

Certificate of Awards

Certificate of Awards

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One Response

  1. cy says:

    Hi Raymond,

    Congratulations on the winning! I found your blog online.

    May I know if you have the article published by THE STAR newspaper on this event? I will be grateful if you can share this article with me.

    Many thanks,
    cy

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