Currently, we’re really digging Architecture in Helsinki’s latest album, and loooving their latest art direction!! Awesome colour tones and cute typeface!
We also love how they’ve have taken themselves into another new level in terms of branding, check out their NOW + 4EVA concept Store. In line with their latest album colour tones/art direction, they’ve collaborated with various creative entities to produce a series of lifestyle products! Wished these were available in Singapore!
Some products in the series include:
• 3D Architecture In Helsinki candy edibles by Lucy McRae
• Limited Edition AIH x Kester Black nail polish
• Limited Edition NOW + 4EVA resin bangle Collab with Dale Hardiman
• Exclusive AIH socks designed by Tightology
• Super limited AIH NOW + 4EVA bags by We Are Itu
This March’s dröm sessions, we had the opportunity to catch up with Finnish illustrator – Hanna Konola! Hanna uses the most quirky and somewhat unexpected pairings and combinations from the colour palette, her illustrations are so simplistic yet so complex both at the same time. We stumbled and fell in love with Hanna’s works when we saw them at Tokyo in indie stores such as Galerie Doux Dimanche & Uguisu.
But now let’s go beyond & dig deeper into Hanna’s creative brains as we interview her, let’s go!
Here, you’ll get to meet Uncle Lawrence Lim – Joanne’s uncle, whose autograph book contribution was a real gem because it was from the 1950s! You’ll also hear from Phoebe (of Carpenter and Cook), and also one half of the little dröm store’s owner – Stanley, about their thoughts on Singapore’s infamous 90’s autograph book movement.
The brown sugar soy milk with the marshmallow foam was such a comforting drink to indulge in for early mornings! There was an ongoing exhibition by a local artist, so all the wooden pieces you see here are the masterpieces of that artist. The artworks were all so nicely integrated into the whole cafe space :)
Here’s continuing where we left off from sharing our Tokyo Travelogue. These are a little long overdue, but we still do hope they inspire! Here’s Kate Coffee, yet another awesome recommendation from Hello Sandwich’s Tokyo Guide.
We’ve shot these photos using expired film here – you can tell from the warped colour tones. We kinda like the rawness and imperfections here, especially how the images are inaccurately cropped (you could tell from the abrupt thick black rectangles cutting across our photos, heh!)
The food, ambient, drinks were all so good! Oh how we miss Japan!
We recently discovered that Lullatone’s latest album cover is designed by the awesome Anna Kövecses. It’s so playful with its paper folding that it folds out to a poster, and then folds back to a sleepy face, that’s all ready to hibernate!
This February’s dröm sessions calls for Swedish illustration goodness! This session, we speak to Swedish illustrator/artist – Camilla Engman! Let’s start our little adventure with her as we find out a wee bit more about her as we go behind the canvas of her art pieces.
Distant Friends, postcards - a collaboration with Ana Ventura
A collaboration between Camilla & Elisabeth Dunker
Pia König’s and Camilla Engman’s collaboration
Camilla’s little collections of odds & ends.
One encouraging advice Camilla left us with – “Have fun! Don’t try too hard to find your own voice, it will come when you least expect it if you just let go.”
Welcome to our blog! Here, we share little things, people, photographs, encounters and all other things heartening. Hope you'll enjoy your visit here.
//for everything starts with a dröm//
If one is watchful and quiet enough, you could see that the wind carries with it, as it blows, many random floating dream bubbles.
As wide as the skies are above our heads, and as vast as the grassfields are below our feet, so are the big dreams in our little hearts.
We love catching floating dream bubbles, careful in letting them rest on the top of our palms. Watchful in not letting them burst, amidst the occasional drizzles of showers. Precious are these delicate dreams.
We see ourselves as dream keepers, and we hope to be able to share a piece of our dröm with you, and yours with us.
Take heart! ♥
love from the drömkeepers
The little dröm store is an art & design driven retail store found in Singapore.
It houses countless dream clouds, random knick knacks and also collections of all things inspiring and heartening.
It aspires to bring people from all creative walks of life, to promote and share their work with the rest of the world.
Re-opening hours will be updated again
(A): The Little Dröm Store
SOTA, School of the arts
1 Zubir Said Drive, #02-01
(T): +65 6884 4651