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  • +65 TOTE BAG $20.00

    Singapore country code: +65

    77 in stock

  • 1960’S SINGAPORE TOTE BAG $22.00

    This tote bag was created to bring back the nostalgia of the 1960s where shoppers will use a brown paper bag to contain their groceries. The tote bag has since been updated with a thicker and better canvas quality.

    4 in stock

  • A SKETCH OF A RULER – JIENSHU $28.00

    The concept questions the basic assumption of a ruler as an accurate measuring instrument for an object. In this case, it is a measurement of the designer’s futile attempts at precision and perfection. He wishes to bring back a greater tolerance for imperfection and soul as technology is pulling the other way with measuring precision of near infinite decimal points. There were a total of fifteen attempts in sketching the ruler as accurately as possible.

    28 in stock

  • ADAPTER – SILNT $30.00

    Adapter + Cup = Pencil Holder.

    The ‘adapter’ was designed to introduce a new way of using an object people already owned. The ‘adapter’ is a flexible ‘plug-in’ that can be used on almost any cylindrical object—like a cup, an empty food can, or a glass beaker, turning it into an organised pen holder. The idea is to reuse an existing object and simplify the way stationary is being organised.

    14 in stock

  • AIS GEM MAGNETS – WINSTON CHAI $16.00

    These adorable magnets take the form of ais gems biscuits popular with Singaporean children in the past. Although these biscuits can only be found in a few neighbourhood provision shops today, they are still much loved by all.

    19 in stock

  • BAK CHANG (DARK GREEN) – SINGAPORE SOUVENIRS $15.00

    “Bak Chang” is a traditional Chinese dumpling made from glutinous rice wrapped in reed leaves and eaten during the dragon boat festival. This set of “five stones”, a traditional local game, is a humorous take on “Bak Chang” as they are both similar in shape.

    39 in stock

  • BOUNTIFUL KEYCHAIN (GOLD) – JONATHAN YUEN $12.00

    Ancient coins are auspicious objects to carry around in Chinese culture, believed to bestow the wearer protection, good luck, and fortune. Honouring this practice yet adapting it into a usable and handy everyday object suited for modern living, ‘bountiful’ is more than just a cleverly designed charm-in-keyring. Singaporeans carrying the lucky ‘bountiful’ charm will never have to fumble for that elusive one-dollar coin needed to release a supermarket trolley.

    36 in stock

  • BOUNTIFUL KEYCHAIN (SILVER) – JONATHAN YUEN $12.00

    Ancient coins are auspicious objects to carry around in Chinese culture, believed to bestow the wearer protection, good luck, and fortune. Honouring this practice yet adapting it into a usable and handy everyday object suited for modern living, ‘bountiful’ is more than just a cleverly designed charm-in-keyring. Singaporeans carrying the lucky ‘bountiful’ charm will never have to fumble for that elusive one-dollar coin needed to release a supermarket trolley.

    49 in stock

  • BUILDING BLOCK TSHIRT – DARREN SOH $32.00

    The fact that most Singaporeans own their own homes is often trumpeted as a public housing success story. Critics, however, have likened HDB flats to pigeonholes in the sky, and that public housing in Singapore de-individualises its inhabitants. Having lived half his life in a HDB flat to no visible detriment, the designer suggests how we should never underestimate the individual’s ability to continually overcome the constraints set by the environment, be it a pigeonhole or otherwise.

    10 in stock

  • DURIAN, FOR THOSE WHO DARE – DONN KOH $18.00

    Famed for being the most lethal fruit on the planet, the durian is also the most misunderstood fruit that ever lived. Beneath its knife-sharp bully of a facade lies a cuddly yellow softie. It takes true grit and courage to put up with the world’s discrimination. But, the durian takes it all in his stride and sets a very good example to his legion of fans as the king of the fruits – honorable, humble, and brave.

    65 in stock

  • GONG JIAO WEI – JOSEPH LIM $12.90

    Gong Jiao Wei

    Direct translation: Talk bird language
    Meaning: Talk nonsense or engage in idle banter
    Admit it, every chat group has a king or queen who talks nonsense all the time.

    38 in stock

  • HEART SG BADGE – CASEY CHEN $2.50

    Casey Chen designed a heart-shaped icon of our Singapore flag named “my heart”. He hopes this icon would become as widely known as “I heart NY” designed by Milton Claser in the early 1970s and still widely spotted today. These badges are customizable making them unique to your organization or school. Specially assembled by the people at cottage industry.

    2533 in stock

  • HONG BAO (SET OF 2) $9.00

    Designed by FARM, this red packet is a cheeky re-imagination of the word 红包 (hóng bāo) which means “red bun” in mandarin. Red packets are traditionally given as monetary gifts during special occasions such as Chinese new year, birthdays, and weddings for good luck!

    Proudly folded by the inmates from the Changi’s women’s prison

    31 in stock

  • ICE KACHANG, FOR THE MERRY CAROUSER – DONN KOH $18.00

    Have you conquered it yet? It’s only the steepest ice-capped mountain in tropical Singapore — the ice kachang. It sits precariously on a majestic crust of corn, beans, and an army of squiggly green jelly worms, braving drizzles of sweet milk, showers of syrups, and the occasional hail of cocktail fruit. Scaling this great Kopitiam beauty is no easy feat: start from the peak and make the treacherous descent down the bowl, but beware of the rapidly melting ice!

    54 in stock

  • JIU CENG GAO, FOR THE DISCERNING – DONN KOH $18.00

    Many insist that the only way to enjoy this unassuming work of art is by peeling off each and every one of the 9 layers that a pair of steadfast hands spent hours composing and orchestrating. Many also find it extremely excruciating to have to wait and work through all the layers and are convinced they taste better (with all 9 layers) together. Regardless of how this masterpiece is relished, this brilliant kueh takes you to cloud 9 with a single bite; you have just tasted a rainbow.

    82 in stock

  • KUEH TUTU ERASER (SINGLES) – WINSTON CHAI & YONG JIEYU $2.90

    “Kueh tutu” is a savoury rice flour cake steamed with either desiccated coconut, palm sugar, or peanut fillings. Traditionally eaten at breakfast, they are sold on pieces of pandan (screwpine) leaf for extra fragrance. The “kueh tutu” eraser is a creative invention that uses this local snack out of its context and yet retains its original form. The small size of the “kueh tutu” and its sharp edges offer precise erasing.

    Specially assembled by the people at cottage industry.

    23 in stock


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