Sunday, October 2, 2016

Inktober Month Sale!

My dear friends,
To celebrate #Inktober month, I'm throwing a sale of more than 50% discount for all my original Black and White ink drawings/illustrations and sketches including new commissions.

Sizes A5 and smaller go for USD15 excluding postage rates.
Sizes between A5 and A4 go for USD20 excluding postage rates.
Throw in another USD5 and you get a short handwritten poem crafted specially for the drawing.
As always, I do international delivery.

All artworks in my albums are for sale unless stated otherwise.There are some pieces currently on display in Perth and you can have them if you don't mind waiting for a while for me to get it back. If you find something you really like and it's not for sale or it's Sold, you can commission for something similar.

Some ideas for commission: Name Art for that special someone, Word art for a verse/quote that u love, character art of a person you want to give to, special rendering of a place you love and etc. Personalized gifts for Christmas, Anniversary, Birthdays and that romantic date!

Take note that I will be travelling from 17 Oct till Nov so orders made after 17 Oct will be delivered late.

Feel free to browse through my Facebook albums titled "My Passion", "My Passion 2", "My Passion 3" and "My Passion 4"

This promotion is only available during the month of October.

Please feel free to SHARE with others whom you think might be interested :)

Thank you so much for supporting my Arts. I wish you a lovely October with pleasant surprises! Peace and Love. XX

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Monday, June 27, 2016

Sea Spells. Skinny Poem

I thought I'll write another skinny poem yesterday. Sent it in and it got published earlier today!

I might just get addicted to this skinny form.

Here's the link:



Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Skinny Poem

I've just discovered the skinny poem after a group of poet friends introduced it to me.

I love how it uses so little words and leave plenty of room for imagination and multiple meanings.

Short. Stark. Sweet.

I decided to try one and sent it for publication.

The editor said Yes!

You can read my 'skinny' poem titled 'Morning Table' at

Enjoy and let the images spill


Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Angelina Bong: Sarawak Artist and Poet

What do you do?
How did you get into poetry?
What do you paint?
Can you tell me briefly about your journey into the Arts?

I get asked these questions a lot. My profile can be seen on

Feel free to check out other Sarawak artists when you are there.



Thursday, June 16, 2016

Mo Ghile Mear

A little update on my Arts.I've been blessed with the increase of commissioned artworks for the past few months.
Here is one of them.

I titled it Mo Ghile Mear meaning Gallant Darling in Irish. I was listening to Celtic Woman's version while painting and was totally inspired by the music, lyrics and free spirits of the rhythm which is what I wanted to portray in this particular piece. (The original version of the song seems to have different lyrics).

I am honoured to have been asked by a client who is currently staying in Ireland to paint this for her relative who just lost a sibling. I'm posting it later today to UK where they are residing.

Mo Ghile Mear
Acrylic on Canvas
by Angelina Bong

Here is my message to the receiver

Your brother was always cheerful 
and caring, like warm colours surrounding 
you. As he passed to another world, solemn 
colours emerged in blueish hues, realms of 
sadness and loss but still balmingly blue as his 
presence had always made things more 

He is like a butterfly now, his spirit is free 
in a happier place. The truth is, he never really 
left, he is up there and around, watching over
you and everyone he loves. His little dots of love
 fly around as he leaves behind his legacy. His 
soul and spirit is very much alive, moving around 
like the wind blowing in the painting.

p/s: I recommend looking at this painting accompanied by 'Mo Ghile Mear' sung by Celtic Woman.Here's the youtube video of them live:

Dutch Coffee. Coffee + Art. Gothicism and Akma

My mornings do not stir alive without a cup of coffee.

I love coffee. It is the love potion that awakens me to write, paint and be creative. My recent encounters of coffee include coffee that uses the cold drip method, where coffee droplets are dripped through filters of cold drip coffee makers, forming rich coffee juice. The long process results in Dutch Coffee.  

Dutch Coffee. These two words tantalise my senses as I think of the taste in my mouth. In fact, I am craving for it at this very instant as good Dutch Coffee is unavailable in Sarawak, where I am residing now as a full time artist and writer; at least not to my knowledge. Please enlighten me if you do.

I first tasted 3B INC (Three Bears Dutch Coffee) last year during a visit in KL. The premium black coffee laced my tongue with a whiskey-like flavour. I also tried the ones that came with milk. Delicious and rich but not heavy, Dutch Coffee has a slight distinctive flavour from other coffee that I've tasted. I discovered that Will Jung, a Korean coffee expert is the founder of Three Bears and I secretly hope that he will introduce Dutch Coffee to Sarawak.

Three Bears Dutch Coffee by Will Jung
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You can probably already guess that Coffee + Art brings delight to me. I stumbled upon Coffee + Art in its finest beauty. Dutch Lab from Korea has created Dutch Coffee makers that resemble exquisite displays of art.

The designs under the Steampunk line struck me with awe especially at the intricacy of the details which reminded me of Gothic Cathedrals that I’ve visited abroad. Beyond beautiful, its structure is strong, delicately assembled and built to make more coffee in less time as compared to other cold drip coffee makers. It enables one to make up to 3000 ml of coffee at one given time with a three litre water tank, three coffee tanks for 100 to 150 grams of coffee grounds and three 1,000 ml coffee servers.

New Akma
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The names Gothicism and Akma under the Steampunk range reveals the splendour of the creations developed by Korean’s young industrial and architectural designers with inputs from famous Seoul barista, Jae Wong Kwak. Gothicism exudes features of medieval cathedrals. The pointed arches, rose windows and towering spires are some of the characters thrown into the appearance. The word, Akma came from the Korean word ‘devil’ to display the dark and sharp elements although to me personally, it bears nothing devilish. It is in fact, elegant and angelic but solemn, which commands a certain reverence to it.
Akma Close up shot
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The main structure is built from anodized aluminium that has been laser cut to complement the brass needle valves and borosilicate glass tubes. Aluminium prevents rusting while anodizing ensures long lasting usage. This three legged coffee-making monument is not only striking and stable but also user-friendly.

 I am amazed to find out that these art pieces have travelled to many exhibitions abroad including Netherlands, China and etc. Let's hope they come to Malaysia!

Gothicism and Akma at Art exhibition
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Needless to say, it is also expensive but that is true of every masterpiece in art.

After watching the video below of how the conceptual ideas were birthed, I felt like owning one of these pieces even though I do not make coffee.

I am dreaming of drinking Dutch Coffee now.  

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

I'm back!

It's been a long time since I visited this cavern.

A lot of things have happened especially in the realm of arts and poetry. I've grown so much and I hope to grow even more.

I do want to revamp my blog/website as well so keep watching this space. I'll keep you all posted!