Morrie & Oslo: 2013, year in review

We’re at the end of 2013 (cue all the “Oh-my-gosh-I-can’t-believe-it’s-been-a-whole-year”) and we’re thinking about how 2014 will be different. We’re not the type to make New Year’s resolutions (mostly because we can never seem to keep them), but we believe that 2014 is gonna be full of new daydreams, new adventures and new curve balls life is likely to throw at us.

It’s been an amazing 365 days and to say it has been crazy is an understatement. We got to meet new people, got inspired by our friends stories, witnessed others joy and happiness, to (finally) have our own workspace, participated on exciting events, learned new skills, got featured on a local newspaper and magazine, made things we always wanted to make and finally, to always enjoy every little things in life and be grateful of everyday’s adventures.

2013 has been so kind to us. It’s been an absolute blast and we hope you’ll continue to jig along with us in 2014. Thank you all for stopping by day in and day out, sending us emails and sharing your appreciations for our blog. We couldn’t and wouldn’t be able to do this without you. We hope all of you have a safe, fun and merry New Year and we look forward to working on our 2nd year of documenting the often mundane, seldom peculiar, and sometimes the extraordinary details of our favorite things, inspirations, projects, and our dreams.


Cheers and Happy New Year!

Taken with Yashica FX3 Super + Fujicolor Superia (Morrie)

A. H. Rasyid

There’s one person that always crossed our mind when we thought of dreams and passions. She is Ariana Hayyulia Rasyid and we call her Nana. She’s our high school friend but Oslo knew her since elementary school.

She’s into photography. She likes to documented everything, thus she joined POTRET (Parahyangan University’s photography club) when she’s in college. She and her fellow POTRET’s friends held some photography workshops and exhibitions. Check her portfolio here.

In February 2011, she made a blog along with Nathania Gabriele and Aulia Fitrisari, Laugh On The Floor (LOTF). They called themselves Miss Flamingo. They write about nearly everything from profile of creative peoples to bands, from music gigs to art exhibitions, from travel stories to cool-things, etc.

Now, she works as a food journalist at haphap.com, a food-related portal website. She makes reviews about the restaurants or cafés and its foods. And we’ve got the chance to see how she works (thanks for the treat, Na :p).


“Seek and you shall find.” - Geoffrey Day-Lewis


For us she’s a very passionate and cheerful friend, The Moffatts and 4Peniti’s die-hard fan, and a true dreamer. Traveling around the globe, documenting music concerts all around the world in photos, and having a perfect house (there’s a bookshop, cake shop and toy shop inside her future house!) are some of her dreams. She even draws her future perfect house for us.

She’s halfway in fulfilling all of her dreams and we believe she’ll living her dreams soon enough.

A. H. Rasyid

A. H. Rasyid

A. H. Rasyid

more photos after the jump!