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Shining the spotlight on Omelet Trees Studio

Shining the spotlight on Omelet Trees Studio

Think of Singaporean contemporary potters and high chances are you would have thought of Omelet Trees Studio and their clean distinctive line of tableware. Our very first encounter with them was way back in 2016 at an art market under the West Coast viaduct (talk about unconventional spaces) where we just ogled at all their work. There weren't many local potters back then, so it was very refreshing to see new faces!

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Eat & Sip goes local!

Eat & Sip goes local!

Eat & Sip was started, in 2015, on nothing more than a whim, after we amassed too much handmade tableware while we were on a certain trip (erm, that's another story altogether). Since then, we are proud to have worked with numerous talented artists and makers from countries as far as the UK and Russia! 

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E&S field trip - Daylesford Sunday Market

Eat & Sip field trip Non-ceramics

E&S field trip - Daylesford Sunday Market

With our Australian trip filled to the brim with all things ceramics such as meeting potters and buying products, a trip to the Daylesford Sunday Market was a much-needed veer from our agenda. Unlike the previous two markets that we wrote about (Emu Plains Market and Rose Street Artists' Market), we actually did not know about this market nor had the intention of even dropping by!

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Behind the scenes with Matilda Chambers

Behind the scenes with Matilda Chambers

Whenever we are hit by a bout of wanderlust (but can't jet off just yet), we do the next best thing - scroll through ceramicist Matilda Chamber's Instagram feed!

Her aesthetically-pleasing feed of handmade tableware, mostly taken on her raw concrete studio floor has a tendency to automatically teleport us to the lush natural beauty of Australia. Recently, we've managed to catch hold of her to get to know her better!  

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E&S field trip - The Rose Street Artists’ Market

E&S field trip - The Rose Street Artists’ Market

Psst, we are about to show you Melbourne's worst kept secret.. the Rose Street Artists' Market! Have we already mentioned that it's our favourite market in Melbourne?

This is our second time here - the first being in the summer of 2015 when we first bumped into Amelia Kingston! We recalled very distinctly that there was a major heatwave then and it was so sweltering hot (yes, hotter than Singapore!).

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