Being cultural ambassadors, we always try to spread the best the internet has to offer. On this trip the .:Oomlout:. team brought a ghastly 80s formal photography pose as an alternative to the more traditional peace sign. Yes, it’s FACEFRAME! Here’s but a few of the FACEFRAME! poses we collected on this trip.
More FACEFRAME! pics below the fold.
A classic FACEFRAME! in the offices of our shipper. Chinese companies always want your picture in front of the sign at reception. We do the normal pose, then insist on FACEFRAME! L to R: Ian, random office girl, Susan our contact, and Arakis.
Ian and Eric Pan of Seeed Studio FACEFRAME! at final night dinner in Shenzhen.
Tayken and Ian FACEFRAME! at Tokyo Maker Faire
You don’t even need a partner to FACEFRAME!, you can do it alone!
Aaron from Oomlout and Ian FACEFRAME! on the Shenzhen metro, but matseng is far too dignified for that game! We only get partial credit for this one.