Wafiq's

I am a front-end web developer currently serving a daylight job at Groupon MY as project specialist. I'm also a co-founder at Microtheme, a theme garage, an initiator of Unsetup, and a member of KreativeThemes.

  1. “Apakah yang hilang andai dilisankan”
    “Usah biar kehilangan menggantikan lafaz yang tersimpan”

    (Source: Spotify)


  2. “And that, kids, is how I met your mother.” — Waited few vicious years for this short line of a conclusion. But now that I heard it, I wish they would still continue the story. Well then, let me figure out a new purpose in life.

    “And that, kids, is how I met your mother.” — Waited few vicious years for this short line of a conclusion. But now that I heard it, I wish they would still continue the story. Well then, let me figure out a new purpose in life.


  3. The airport. This is the final picture. Thanks for tuning in.

    The airport. This is the final picture. Thanks for tuning in.


  4. Unoccupied shop.

    Unoccupied shop.


  5. Mean of transportations.

    Mean of transportations.


  6. Building progress.

    Building progress.


  7. No motive. I just like this shop’s decoration. Yes, that damn unicycle is just a decoration.

    No motive. I just like this shop’s decoration. Yes, that damn unicycle is just a decoration.


  8. We continue with our regularly scheduled program of pictures I took in HK. This, for example a picture of my shoes on tarmac. That night around 1am, we walked 2.5km from LKF to our hotel in Wan Chai, since taxi stand had a long queue. There’s no other traffic except taxies. We jaywalked and chewed chewing gum (just kidding, Singapore) and took us almost 2 hours to reach. Side note: Wan Chai is a red-light district.

    We continue with our regularly scheduled program of pictures I took in HK. This, for example a picture of my shoes on tarmac. That night around 1am, we walked 2.5km from LKF to our hotel in Wan Chai, since taxi stand had a long queue. There’s no other traffic except taxies. We jaywalked and chewed chewing gum (just kidding, Singapore) and took us almost 2 hours to reach. Side note: Wan Chai is a red-light district.


  9. When you see it…

    When you see it…


  10. Bus stop.

    Bus stop.