Got hold of the mobile phone wallpapers for iOS and Android kindly presented to me by the nice people at MiracleMilk. You can click on the image to get them from the Pinterest site or click HERE.
Recently, my campaign for the new album promotions for Singapore was supported by Spotify South East Asia/Pacific and we had ads within the Spotify app. The photography was done by M Ridzuan Kamil, and the artwork design by MiracleMilk. You may click on the image to see the rest of the ad/artwork on Pinterest.
[ mobile ] android 480 x 800
[ mobile ] android 480 x 854
[ mobile ] iphone 320 x 480
[ mobile ] iphone 640 x 960
Look what my designer made! Mobile wallpapers, YAY! How K-Pop of me. If you use these for your mobile wallpapers, please screenshot them on locked mode and post it on Instagram and tag moi. (None of these private accounts please!) It will make my day, as I hope it could make yours. Haha, perasan. Anyway, episode III of #SetulusKasih behind-the-scenes web series is up TONIGHT. Be sure to catch the previous episodes at youtube.com/officialimranajmain
Received this piece of art from ArtPortraits. Baik per?? It does look like me, but maybe a little skinny than I actually am. Can I use this for the new album cover artwork? The moment I received this, I obsessively changed all the avatars in all my social media networks. Did I miss out anything?
The artwork for the recent Ngee Ann Polytechnic and ITE Campus Tour are up on Imran’s Pinterest account as archives. Photos will be up soon too!
We are looking forward to the next leg of campus tours slated to happen post-examination period this year. If you’re an educator or a student, please hook up with us at email@example.com
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Yesterday, all of Imran Ajmain’s social media display pictures were replaced to this image as seen above. A circle shape with light green, dark green, and a golden yellow colour in it. We don’t know the reason behind it, following after Imran’s ‘turquoise’ phase prior, but we might have a clue; these 3 hues are the colours of his first album ‘Dengan Secara Kebetulan’ album cover back from 2007. What could it mean? More updates when we get them!
The design reflects Imran’s urgent desire to educate young Malays about the detrimental behaviour of not being proud of one’s language or race. The talk largely circles around the deterioration of the Malay language since the 1980’s and what a young under 21 year old can do to help make a change.
The artwork was designed by Imran’s regular contributor, Nani Ilyani, who goes by the name of @artsygeekchic on Twitter and Instagram. Nani also worked on the brilliant Imtiaz (Imran Ajmain’s Fan Club) logo.