The joys of Instagram include discovering amazing places, food and talent. We feature Australian illustrator Tracey Fletcher King, whose work is good enough to eat.
Make the most of your visit to "YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow" at the National Gallery and hunt down food featured in paintings on Level 2 and Level 3.
We review the work of Georgette Chen, one of Singapore’s most well-known pioneer artists, to create a shopping list from the still-life paintings she produced over her career.
NOSH Host Fred Lam provides insight into the design motifs used in Peranakan utilitarian wares. Every phoenix, peony, emblem and shade of colour offer some kind of symbolism.
Our NOSH Hosts, GastroGeography of Singapore, Christiane de Bievre and Indra Rani Iswaran showcase their creative table setting skills.
My first encounter with food and art occurred over Van Gogh’s famous painting ‘Starry Night’ which was printed on a translucent sheet of rice paper that accompanied dessert.
Certain types of kuih are created using moulds that give them unique shapes and insignias. You often find these beautifully shaped items during celebrations and festivals, and at religious altars as food offerings to the gods.
In the context of Singapore, Mamakan shows that food is everywhere in nature if we only look for it; no easy feat for the untrained eye which is drawn to the looming glass buildings and hard asphalt around us.