The Best of Singapore

If we haven’t shown you how much we enjoyed our overseas assignment in Singapore, this final instalment of our Singapore expose should do just that. Check out all the goodies that we found. From magazines, toys and vintage collectibles, we found enough inspiration and ideas there to fuel our creativity. Enjoy!

Thank goodness for Juice magazine because it’s free! This cover shows sketches of various DJs and musicians. See if you can spot Aussie indie-dance act Midnight Juggernauts in there
The dynamic layout of text, typography and pictures inside Juice magazine
We dare say that Juice has more inspiring fashion than the other local glossies
This vintage style phone actually works because it may look old, but it’s actually brand new.
These beautifully designed leather-look vinyl travel wallet and business card holder will take the business frequent flyer from the airport departure halls to the client meeting at destination
From top: white vintage style enamel cup, our perfect office mug; photo cube with vintage photos of Singapore and wooden puzzle that can double as a coaster
These lovely vintage japanese toy cars with horse shoe magnets mix science and fun together. Simply use the magnets to steer the cars. See, no hands!
Plastic camel toy on wheels and vintage metal wound up robot for the kid in all of us that won’t grow up.
Traditional Singapore wooden clogs made by local craftsmen, they’re a vanishing trade so we got our hands on them before they’re no longer in production


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  1. Hi, I know it’s pretty late sending a reply to this post, but I saw the beautiful vintage white enamel cup in one of the picture and desperately would like to get my hands on them! I stay in Singapore and will greatly appreciate if you can advise me from where you bought that cup! If you haven’t forgotten, can you drop me a mail at Thanks so much for reading and have a great day.


  2. Stunning quest there. What happened after? Take care!


  3. Hi there to every , because I am in fact keen of reading this website’s post to be updated regularly. It consists of good material.


  4. Please let me know how can I get old of the vintage telephone? I am very eager to buy for home use.


    • Thanks for your comment, the phone was bought in Singapore from a department store called Mustafa many years ago, so I’m not sure if they still sell it. It’s not a second hand phone, it’s brand new, just designed to look like a vintage phone so it functions fully. Hope that helps!


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