Stack it up! Containers like your childhood building blocks

The use of old shipping containers has gained its popularity in Asia. First of all, it is relatively less costly than the usual building bricks and glass. For less than 2,000 dollars you get a ready-made room, an entrance, a small window, lights and an in-built ventilator or small air-condition. If the containers were to…

Shamelessly be prepared for May

The Bridal Project Design was quite a work, and it is very unlikely Lin will be working again on makeover commercial design project anytime soon. However, we will be working on some small types of DIY (Do-it-yourself) designs and will showcase the many ways to pick designs that are suitable for your lifestyle. NaoRococo has…

Infograph and The Social Experiment

The Publishing Game, You Game? Most marketers and public relations managers have no time to consider the options of where to release the news and on how many days the campaign has to run prior to the start of the event or for the launch of a product. Digital publishing, similar to print but not…

Project Design: A Bridal Studio

Small Space for a Makeover About the Client Zann is a renowned makeup artist in Singapore. She has a portfolio of international and local celebrities, works with the media, C-suites executives and members of the parliament. The purpose of the partial studio conversion is to provide a nice workplace for bridal makeup and design of…

A new Gravatar

Wouldn’t have made too much of a difference, but here it is a new Gravatar with the aid from Chaplin. There will be updates on interior design in the coming weeks, stay tune folks.

Updates for media and editorial guide

Here is an update of our editorial media guide. If you are an existing student or scholar seeking to publish your thoughts or perspectives on current affairs concerning art, architecture or design which may have an impact on the future, we would love to hear from you !!!! Do not phone us by telling us…

Purchasing an asset which you can’t use…Antiques and Artistry

You might have found yourself several times in a gallery deciding on which piece of artwork suits your living room best. For casual buyers, the choice is most often subjective. It could be that your beloved loves elderflowers and lavender fields, the artwork which you are more likely to place a purchase for might be…

First Generation Bank Notes

This posting is a bit off from our usual boundary of concern. Recently, an art collector has filed for a request to sell one of his art treasures. The collector is selling the first generation of China’s RMB bank notes. It is a complete set and there are 210 sets of such collection in the…

Sudah Makan, Celebrating good food and SG51

In celebration of Singapore’s 51st independence day, The Fullerton heritage, The Good Bank Singapore and Arts to You have brought to you eight aspiring Singaporeans artists. The exhibition was launched by Ambassador-at-Large, Ministryof Foreign Affairs , Ms Chan Heng Chee.  Exhibition ends on 29th August 2016, held at The Fullerton Hotel. For artworks that are…

1933 Ancient Slaughterhouse in Shanghai

1933 Shanghai ArtDeco Offices and Shops (上海1933老场坊) Address: 10 Shajing Rd, Hongkou District, Shanghai, China Built in the pre-communism era, the last slaughterhouse in Shanghai is a prominent art deco premise to visit. It is open to the public, and for the entrepreneurs who won’t care less about the spookiness there are still empty offices for rent. Source: NaoRococo

Shanghai ¬ Bad Art is a Journey

“In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since. ‘Whenever you feel like criticising anyone,’ he told me, ‘just remember that all people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.’ ” – The Great Gatsby, F.Scott Fitzgerald. There…