Alia Soraya Feizal, born in 1996, stands as a vibrant embodiment of creativity and individuality. With an unswerving devotion to fashion, photography and a knack for resuscitating forgotten tales, she's sculpted her persona as a force in the creative cosmos. A self-propelled catalyst, she's spun her penchant for immortalizing moments into a tapestry of narratives. This voyage led to the birth of 'Mulazine' in '18—a love letter to nostalgia, kindling connections through shared stories. When not stoking retrospectives, she's a fashion sage at Raffles College KL—fostering brilliance.Find them here.
Amelia Natasha crafts a narrative that allows us to witness the blossoming of an artist whose roots are deeply embedded in her culture and whose wings are unfurled by the winds of her parents' endless faith. Azzah Sultan’s story is a powerful reminder that art is not just an expression of the self but also…
From Comrades to Co-Founders: Mulazine Delves into Oolang Studios' Pioneering Transformation of Malaysia's Eyewear Scene.
A Trashpedia, a model tiger made out of 101 types of recycled materials and how we as a consumerist society can work towards making better purchases and getting rid of our waste.
When prompted on their choice in doing so, the creator of the account stated that managing the account in this manner was not to gain notoriety, but rather in connecting with individuals who share a similar ardor to nostalgia.
From Hermann Rorschach’s infamous inkblot tests that were misconstrued over time to Margaret Naumburg, an American psychologist whose focus on art had gifted her the title, ‘The Mother of Art Therapy’ in the United States in 1915, the role art has allowed patients to grow and heal themselves while honing means of self-expression.
I-SKY seeks to fulfill this human desire in the time he spends creating with or for a fellow artist.
Here is a documented, sneek-peek during our editorial and short film project titled, Without Warning.
"Before I was an editor, I used to write. A lot. Then I fell in love with films. The reason I went into editing was because I thought that understanding how to edit a film would give me the extra mileage in telling a great story. I feel that it does. And, from this experience…