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Merlion Shopper by Hans Tan
This reusable shopping bag is fashioned in reminiscence of the red Merlion logos bearing white plastic bags that used to be rampant in Singapore. In addition, it has 14 printed folds lines where the user can follow as an instruction, learning the traditional technique of folding plastic bags. The resulting folded triangle is a convenient option for a handy shopping bag!
I love this so much

Merlion Shopper by Hans Tan

This reusable shopping bag is fashioned in reminiscence of the red Merlion logos bearing white plastic bags that used to be rampant in Singapore. In addition, it has 14 printed folds lines where the user can follow as an instruction, learning the traditional technique of folding plastic bags. The resulting folded triangle is a convenient option for a handy shopping bag!

I love this so much

The FARM store is finally open with the inaugural collection for the National Museum of Singapore, which includes kueh tutu erasers, ang ku kueh paperweights and traditional games like kuti kuti.

The FARM store is finally open with the inaugural collection for the National Museum of Singapore, which includes kueh tutu erasers, ang ku kueh paperweights and traditional games like kuti kuti.

astronautte:


Head On is created by Cai Guo Qiang for his solo exhibition of  the same name at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. The 99 life-sized wolves are leaping en masse towards an  unseen wall, with those at the front falling from striking the wall  while those bringing up the rear continuing surging forward, undeterred.  Seen from afar, the leaping wolf pack forms an arc full of force and  power, their fierce courage and spirit of warrior camaraderie seemingly  serving as a reminder to people: humanity is easily blinded by a kind of  collective mentality and action, and is destined to repeat such error  to an almost unbelievable degree. The crux of this installation lies  just before the glass wall, as the artist reminds people: invisible  walls are the hardest to dismantle. (via)

Saw this at the National Museum today. Stunning. Go experience it in person.

astronautte:

Head On is created by Cai Guo Qiang for his solo exhibition of the same name at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. The 99 life-sized wolves are leaping en masse towards an unseen wall, with those at the front falling from striking the wall while those bringing up the rear continuing surging forward, undeterred. Seen from afar, the leaping wolf pack forms an arc full of force and power, their fierce courage and spirit of warrior camaraderie seemingly serving as a reminder to people: humanity is easily blinded by a kind of collective mentality and action, and is destined to repeat such error to an almost unbelievable degree. The crux of this installation lies just before the glass wall, as the artist reminds people: invisible walls are the hardest to dismantle. (via)

Saw this at the National Museum today. Stunning. Go experience it in person.

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