Good news! We have put together our kind of mini-guide that gives you some insight for tomorrow. Included are tips on what you should wear and bring, how to go to the event, the do’s-and-don’ts, a map of booth layout, etc. The guide is in a PDF format and printable on A5 paper. Feel free to download them, print them, or whatever. Hope it helps.
It’s tomorrow! The event we all been anticipated for months now is finally here. We’re so overly excited about this. Are you?
Below are some of the snaps from Keuken #4 The Jolly Camaraderie’s press conference at Nanny’s Pavillon Setiabudi Bandung yesterday. Chef Odie Djamil, Meizan D. Nataadiningrat from House The House, Adinda Wijaya Putri from Keuken and Imee Putri from Sunlight, gave us a little brief about all the what, why, when, where, who, and how, oh and also a lil’ performances by the three common household items and their dilemma which is quite funny, probably because of their weird uncoordinated hands movement towards each other, and all the things that you should and need to anticipated about the upcoming event.
See you there!
Gudang Persediaan PT KAI area Cikudapateuh, is where Keuken #4 The Jolly Camaraderie will soon take place. It’s so vastly huge, it consists of several buildings that’s been used for PT KAI’s storage assets, but now they’re mostly empty, unused and unmaintained, so they come across a little bit scary. To get to the venue we have to walk around 2 minutes from the gate and we’re quite impressed with the area for the venue this time. It was scenic, the buildings around was so beautifully decaying yet we could see them preserving what they’re used to be in the past.
With around 150m long and the high roof, making the venue this time feels so much different than the last time. We think it’ll be the most spacious, yet. And we’re wondering, how a hangar as big and as vast like this could transform to become a venue that can give you all the merriness of a festival. But please do remember, the area is still PT KAI’s storage asset, you must consider it a heritage, and not all the area are accessible (some are still forbidden areas for public) and we want to keep them unharmed.
Yesterday we get the chance to saw the venue, below are some of the photos we took that afternoon.
Do you love receiving handwritten letters from a faraway friend, hearty package from your pen-pal or a meaningful postcard from your traveller buddy? Well, we’re sucker for them. Because the fact that your letter would cheer someone up was quite elating.
Well, we assume people still do send them despite all these techie ways of keeping in touch, otherwise post offices would be long gone, right? So we’re thinking, how about making some postcards with the edible theme for Keuken, since we’ll be having the event in less than 2 weeks? To say we thrilled would be an understatement.
The process of making them was much fun. We only prepared 10 bundles for every set. There’s 3 sets of four postcard consist of 1 veggies series and 1 fruits series (there’s 3 different illustration in every series), along with 1 spices and 1 picnic theme included in every pack. And the best part is they’ll be available for sale at Keuken‘s merch stand. We jumped right on in a heartbeat.
10 x 15 cm postcards with address lines
watercolor illustration printed on 250 gsm HVS paper
p.s. We’ll be happy to send you one of our illustrated postcard. Just leave a message with your address on and we’ll send it to you as soon as possible.
Have a great week everyone!