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Eat & Sip Pop-up x SG Potters

Eat & Sip Pop-up x SG Potters

For this year's Open Studio, we decided to change it up a notch and hold a little pop-up shop in a mall on Orchard Road. With a prime location and a long-enough duration (2 months), we knew we had the opportunity to work with more local potters to showcase their talent! Here's the full list of local potters that we managed to work with this time round.

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H&M 10 & More | 10 by 10

H&M 10 & More | 10 by 10

We are pretty sure you know about our collaboration with H&M for their #HMSG10andmore campaign by now because we've been going on and on about it on our socials! To celebrate their 10th year anniversary in Singapore, H&M chose ten local artists / designers to collaborate with and we are so proud to be one of the chosen ones (although technically we don't consider ourselves as artists or designers).

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Crackling textures with Yang Ce of Synceramic

Crackling textures with Yang Ce of Synceramic

When Yang Ce of local pottery brand, Synceramic, first told us that she was having a mid-year exhibition, we both knew we had to check it out as we (and evidently, a lot of you guys) love her line of tableware with craggy exterior! We were thrilled to be checking out...

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6 Questions with Mossypotssy

6 Questions with Mossypotssy

Ever since we got local ceramic brand, Mossypotssy, on board Eat & Sip, we have always held our breath whenever we await her next tableware drop off. Her lines of beautiful and well-made tableware have this mysterious oomph factor that makes us just want to know more about the brand.

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Our first ceramic exhibition in 2021: earth.

Our first ceramic exhibition in 2021: earth.

It's been some time since we went last went for an arts exhibition, so when we saw an Instagram post by Carragh Amos announcing a ceramics exhibition that she was participating in, we immediately locked the dates down in our calendar! Held over 21st - 24 January 2021, the exhibition was titled 'earth.' to celebrate the diversity of clay. 

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