Kamis, 18 Agustus 2011

Decorated Cars di EXPO Kampoeng Ramadhan

Saat mengunjungi pameran, selalu banyak mobil-mobil yang berstiker atau dihias dengan berbagai 'iklan'.

It's amazing to attended at every 'expo' events, because we can found some 'decorated cars'!

Jumat, 13 Mei 2011


Jumat pagi, 13 Mei 2011 kutemukan bis bergambar SPIDER-MAN yang beberapa tahun yang lalu kulihat dan ingin kufoto. Kulihat pertama kali di Jl. Perak, dekat kantorku sekarang. Pernah kutunggu berjam-jam ga lewat ha ha ha . Pagi ini, ketemu dan kebetulan bawa hape temanku yg ada kameranya (dia ingin belajar alat musik kendang dang-dut untuk acara gerejanya - jadi kudownloadkan video2 tutorial untuknya dan kutaruh di hapenya)

(Dibagian belakang bis ini ada gambar grup KAMEN RIDER! - Ternyata ada kerjasama yang bagus ya antara Kamen Rider dan Spider-man)

Peter Parker

Visit koleksi foto-foto tentang mobil - truck - bis - angkot / mikrolet yang bergambar atau berstiker di PHOTOBUCKET ku.

Jika Anda di daerah BALI - LOMBOK - SUMATERA kebetulan menemukan bis-bis ini, mohon dengan senang hati memberi informasi ke saya, terutama foto dan lokasi (kota mana) yang dilewati bis-bis itu! Terima kasih!

Selasa, 19 April 2011

Paintings at Trucks

I found my Facbook friend's album, contains some Paintings at trucks!

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Rabu, 09 Februari 2011

SECOM Decorated Car

A car with 'SECOM' at her body.

Kamis, 11 November 2010

Selasa, 12 Oktober 2010

A Expres Colt

I found this colt with 'Expresi' (= expression) sticker, near my church, Surabaya, East Java - Indonesia.

A Red Chilli Truck

A truck with it's "RED CHILLI" decoration!

A Yellow Spider-man Car

Last Sunday (October 10, 2010) while we went home from our church, we saw this 'YELLOW SPIDER-MAN CAR !' If you find some cars with it's superheroes stickers, please let me now, and I'll glad to put in my blog!

Jumat, 03 September 2010

White Matter Car

I found this decorated car with "White Matter" (Cars movie) style, found near Olympic Hotel, Surabaya, East Java

Jumat, 25 Juni 2010

A Dunkin' Donut Decorated Car

I salute to this product : DUNKIN' DONUTS, because they use this 'decorated car' to promote their products, even though their 'old' store have been removed for our "Surabaya" rail project at Ahmad Yani Street, Surabaya!

A Royal Blood Car

A promotional car for a cigarette products parked at my neighbourhood home!

Jumat, 28 Mei 2010

Chevrolet Captiva by Sanjay

Captiva is a sports utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured by General Motors (GM). The SUV is known for its sophistication, styling and performance. The versions of Captiva sold in the Indian car market include Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi, Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi Xtreme and Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi AT. The base model Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi is sold at the price of around Rs. 18 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), while the high-end version Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi AT is sold at around Rs. 19.5 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

Chevrolet Captiva has overall length of 4660 mm, overall width of 1870 mm and overall height of 1755 mm. The SUV with wheel base of 2705 mm, has ground clearance of 197 mm. The 5-door vehicle can comfortably sit 7 persons.

The refined engine of Captiva is a pleasure for drivers. The 1991 cc engine of the SUV offers power of 150 PS @ 4000 rpm and torque of 320 Nm @ 2000 rpm. The refined engine of the car offers mileage of 11.5 km/liter on highways, mileage of 9.5 km/liter on city roads and overall it offers mileage of 11.2 km/liter. Chevrolet Captiva is loaded with various features like air conditioner, power windows, power door locks, power steering, traction control, immobilizer, cup holders, folding rear-seat, alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, central locking, steering adjustment, tachometer, front fog lights, rear defroster and leather seats. The safety related features of the SUV include anti-lock braking system, driver air-bags, passenger air-bags and child safety locks. Chevrolet Captiva is sold in India in the following colors - granada black, kandinsky red, linen beige, poly silver and pearl white.

In India, GM also sells other cars like Chevrolet Spark, Chevrolet Beat, Chevrolet U VA, Chevrolet Aveo, Chevrolet Tavera, Chevrolet Tavera Neo, Chevrolet Tavera Neo 2, Chevrolet Optra Magnum and Chevrolet Cruze. The luxury sedan Cruze was launched in India in October 2009. The small car Beat was launched at the Auto Expo in New Delhi in January 2010. With the launch, the company aims to increase the sales volume of its cars in the fast growing small car market of India.

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Taken from : http://www.goarticles.com/cgi-bin/showa.cgi?C=2940562

Rabu, 26 Mei 2010

I got this video, last Tuesday (May 25, 2010) when I want to 'shoot' two boys with their superheroes suits!

Rabu, 17 Maret 2010

Pakistan's Decorated Buses

Temukan gambar bis negara PAKISTAN, disini FLICKR

Senin, 08 Maret 2010

Xena Warrior Princess Decorated Bus

A bus with its "XENA WARRIOR PRINCESS" and BRAVE HEART characthers decoration.

A Maduranesse decorated bus

A bus with a MADURANESSE traditional decoration.

3 decorated buses

Last Sunday (March 7, 2010) I got this movie while went with my wife, to our buses terminal, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Senin, 10 November 2008

Travelling With Suit and Tie by Hendrik Pohl

Weather you are a frequent business traveler, or are going on business trip that requires you to bring a suit and tie for the first time, below are some helpful tips that will help you protect your expensive suits and ties.

1. The right way to pack:

Packing your business clothes the right way isn't an easy task. How can you prevent wrinkles in your suit, dress shirts, and ties, and still manage to pack everything in a tiny carry-on bag? Be realistic with what you need on your trip. If you are going on a business trip abroad for a two-week time period, you might want to think about checking your bag instead. The key to prevent wrinkles in your suit and dress shirts is by not overstuffing your suitcase. Also, create a cushion for your most delicate clothes such as suit, dress shirts, and ties. This will help you prevent wrinkles. Especially tricky are dress shoes. Keep them as far away from your garment as possible. Some carry-on bags have a second pocket especially designed to store your shoes.

2. Garment Bags

The best way to prevent wrinkles in suits and dress shirts is by hanging them straight in a garment bag, that you are carrying with you separately. This is especially recommended if you are going straight from the airplane to the event. If you do have time before wearing your suit and tie, and if you are staying in a hotel, it is less critical. Chances are the hotel offers a dry-cleaning service. Before leaving your clothes at the Hotel's drycleaner, make sure to check on their turn-around time. If there isn't enough time, try the following trick: Hang your suit and shirt in the bathroom while taking a hot shower. The steam of the shower will help straighten out the fabric. If this still doesn't work, look for an iron. Most hotels have irons and ironing board in each room. Keep in mind that suits should not be ironed. Dress pants can be ironed, but depending on the fabric, it is recommended to use a lower heat setting. Most dress shirts are made from cotton or linen. They can be ironed with no problem -even at high heat. When ironing your dress shirts, sprinkle some water on the fabric. The heat of the iron will steam-off the water causing even the toughest wrinkles to disappear.

3. Traveling with Neckties

Neckties are your most delicate pieces of clothes. They are usually made from finest silk, and cannot be ironed and should never be dry-cleaned. This means that preventing any wrinkles in first place is a must. To do this, fold your ties in half and store them between some soft clothes. Keep any sharp edges away from your ties as this can damage the fabric and can cause wrinkles. Rolling up your ties is another option. Start by rolling up the tie at the skinny end. Once rolled up, store the tie in one of your dress shoes.

4. Unpacking

Keep the time your clothes are in your suitcase to the minimum. No matter how tired you are from your travel, unpack your suit, dress shirts and ties as soon as you arrive. Hang them onto a hanger in a well-ventilated room. Chances are the clothes will look perfectly straight when you wake up in the morning.

About the Author

H Pohl is a passionate writer about men's fashion. Especially dress code tips and formal men's attire are his expertise. He is also founder of http://www.ties-necktie.com/, a retailer specializing in handmade neckties, bow ties, and cufflinks.

Taken from : http://www.goarticles.com/cgi-bin/showa.cgi?C=1214841