A book demystifying the communications design industry and community through 506 crowdsourced responses, insights and letters collected by Don’t Mind If.
Stylish buildings, trendy logos, sexy figures, exotic cultures, modern forms, flamboyant fonts and more — explore Yeo Hong Eng’s “lit” collection of vintage advertising that fits on a palm!
This first title in the Street Report series looks at one of the most ubiquitous yet unobserved object on our streets—public bins.
This second investigation in the Street Report series looks at the Sungei Road Thieves Market in Singapore, a place where an informal and fluid network of market vendors come together to sell an array of second-hand items.
"Lessons from the Himalayas" is a gift from the mountains. A healing vessel across time and space.
This collection is part of a broader visual anthology, investigating the maintenance of a national narrative.
Bringing together a flavourful rasanblaj of artists and thinkers, this book is an anthology of speculative non/fictions, confessions, and experimental propositions!
This book celebrates reaching the 10th year milestone of Green Zeng's practice and consolidates his works from 2010-2020.
Tōge gives an insight into the broad landscape of art and South East Asia art in particular, into the minds of the artists and into the minds of the collectors.
What would you see, if you peered under the proverbial rug of Singapore’s society?
It is a zine about reimagining Singapore’s most iconic playground for the next generation.
Wish You Were Here - Is a collection of Dr. Ng King Kang’s (吴庆康) personal travel adventures, photography, and music over the past decades.
The book is presented in the form of microfiction peppered with bleak humour, and explores how our lives might evolve if the pandemic lingers on for the next decade.
Let's explore the history and evolution of kopitiam - traditional breakfast culture and coffee shop in Southeast Asia!
This book is a perfect coffee conversation with children and coffee lovers.
Come along as we take a peek into the magical world of the harp in Discovering Music: Harp!
Nobody seems to understand 6-year-old Darryl, until one day, a mysterious new friend – Blob – visits from space and they form an instant connection.
A seven-year-old boy has an impossible dream of bringing extinct animals back to life.
Come for Dinner, Stay for Supper is a collection of two inclusive art projects co-created by Superhero Me and children from Kindle Garden, Singapore’s first inclusive preschool.
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