Jeanette Wee introduces us to her pottery practice, and the experiences that have shaped her ways of teaching.
On the back of the 2018 Windoor Wind Games, indoor skydiver Kyra Poh tells us
about the dedication that goes into every flight, and the joy derived from it.
Daphne, founder of botanical fragrance atelier Candles of Light, discusses the intangibility of scent and the fragrances that mark various moments in time.
Despite not having formal training, Mr Zeng has taught himself a wide repertoire of techniques for making rattan furniture, and can now recreate homeware he comes across in pictures.
Edwin Low, founder of retail gallery Supermama, on why creating an aesthetic voice for Singapore is a task that necessitates collaboration.
For Ho Ching Yann, co-founder of Triceratops, being a florist is all about bringing happiness to others.
Simple comforts found in everyday life remind us how we are all empty vessels meant to be endlessly filled and refilled.
A conversation with Kihara Takemasa on the past, present and future of Aritayaki.
A conversation with the founder of Mad et Len on the apothecary of life and their alchemic approach to living it.
Since picking up the art of hair cutting when he was 16 years old, Mr Lee has been honing his skills as a barber with his humble set of tools.
Three book artists stand firm on their belief in a traditional medium and its delicate endurance.
A playwright’s obsession with birds causes him to fill his house with wondrous stuffed animals.
A celebration of life, the gathering of a community.
A conversation with the founder of Byredo Parfums on the science of scent.
The resilience of plants has allowed man to create works of art through the exercise of imagination and experimentation.
There is no secret behind the curtains of an unworldly grace, but a lifelong dedication to the art of perfection.