Eventually you will discover that streaming your favourite programmes just won’t be enough to keep you, and your family, entertained. So, here are 49 things you can do at home - or under the guidelines for social distancing - that will keep everyone from becoming bored and cranky.
Apple’s next flagship smartphone may look more like the classic iPhone 5 than the current iPhone 11 Pro, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The upcoming devices will reportedly have flat steel edges rather than curved ones and pack a display that’s flat and flush with the body. In other words, picture the current iPad with much smaller bezels and shrink it down to the size of a smartphone.
For local artist and urban sketcher, Paul Wang (Instagram handle @paulwang_sg), the Moleskine notebook is perfect for capturing the people, places and things around us. He counts old shophouses and Singapore food as his favourite local themes to sketch.
Liquan and Estella have great synergy and are the creative force behind many of the street art in Singapore. They have live-painted the street art in Singapore together over the years.
Now brands like Popeyes, 99 Old Trees, Carrefour, are jumping on the ridiculous coattails by coming out with their own duct-tape ‘art’ campaign.
At the recent Culture Cartel exhibition held at F1 Pit Building last weekend (7-8 December), two young and talented artists caught our attention. Noko, 10, who's the daughter of Japanese tattoo artist Gakkin, as well as Lilith, 12, whose father is Joseph Tan of Visual Orgasm Tattoo, Singapore, showed off their artworks and steady hands at the exhibition. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore speaks to both of the young tattoo artists to find out their favourite category to draw and what their friends think of their talent.
Chief Marketing & Buying Officer, Amanda Eng, 34, joined the business in 2014 when Tay decided to hire his-then girlfriend to run the marketing operations as the company’s first employee.
SINGAPORE — Homegrown furniture and design label Scene Shang opens its second store at Singapore’s 132-year-old iconic Raffles Hotel.
For a long time Singapore hasn’t been considered to be particularly ‘creative’ or artistic, but that has changed. Not only is Singapore home to a wide range of talented artists, it now has its own representative at one of the world’s most respected art organisations.
SINGAPORE – A recent YouGov study revealed that 4 in 10 people get less than 7 hours of sleep regularly. With the lack of sleep linked to issues such as decreased productivity and poor immunity, Ikea decided to empower more Singaporeans to turn their bedrooms into restful havens and get the rest they need.
SINGAPORE – As one of the highlights celebrating 200 years of Raffles' arrival in Singapore, two out of three new public art commissions were unveiled on Wednesday (28 Aug). The third artwork, titled Five Stones by Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, will be launched in November.
SINGAPORE — Visual artist Sam Lo aka Sticker Lady feels fortunate these days; she recently launched her latest collaboration with Casio G-SHOCK, where only 300 limited timepieces featuring her design are sold in Singapore.
Renovations are no walk in the park. Among other struggles, finding the right budget can feel like a headless stumble in the dark. Introducing our Renovation Calculator - in just three simple steps, you can now calculate your ideal renovation budget. The Renovation Calculator includes options for you to toggle how much works you’d like to pay for – be it light, moderate or extensive works.
To celebrate the on-going Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. exhibition at National Gallery, a handful of talented homegrown brands such as IN GOOD COMPANY and Super Attic as well as Turner-prize winning artist Martin Creed have come together to showcase their merchandise and art installation at Gallery & Co., the official souvenir shop.
Gakkin (left) and Nissaco (right) at Culture Cartel 2018. Nissaco, who hails from Osaka, combines traditional elements with big geometric shapes in his designs, giving it an uniquely experimental feel. Nissaco, a tattoo artist is not a conventional job.
Local start-up Big Tiny introduces tiny homes to Singapore. Ever wondered what it’s like to live in a tiny house nearly the size of a shipping container? A Singapore start-up has launched a series of “tiny” houses on wheels measuring 4.8 metres, 6 metres or 7.2 metres in length that families of up to four individuals can live in.
“Together is a beautiful place to be” is one of the neon signs available for rent by Confetti Dreams. Sixty years ago, neon signs were used to brighten the streets of Poland during the bleak Cold War era. Since then, two start-ups have begun to sell customised neon signs and offer the rental of neon signs in Singapore, allowing certain pockets in the country to undergo a “glow-up”.