dröm class: Cheese tasting with The Cheese Ark
We’re going to have our very first workshop!! Class no 1 is with The Cheese Ark!
10 October (Friday)
8 to 10pm
$78 per person
at the little dröm store
It’ll be a cheese tasting class, and you’ll get to learn other stuff about cheeses like the basics of making one. You’ll also get to taste a cheese that will be in season during October which is the Truffle Cheese!!!
Come and learn a thing or two, you might even get inspired for new ideas on how to serve your next Hors d’oeuvre, when inviting your friends over to your home for a yummy & cosy get together!
To register, email us at email@example.com
For more info, hop over to our newsletter: http://www.thelittledromstore.com/e_newsletter/class_01/class_01.html
WERK No.21 : Martine Bedin. This issue is inspired by French designer Martine Bedin, a member of the design collective Memphis-Milano group. Rule-breaking, bold, youthful and playful, their unfamiliar aesthetics heralded a new era of design thinking during the 80s’. Martine’s huge archives of drawings, sketches and paintings of her idiosyncratic creations of art and architecture are extensively documented in this issue. Now in store and online.
WERK No.22: DOVER STREET MARKET BEAUTIFUL CHAOS.
WERK No.22 is dedicated to Dover Street Market in London. As part of DSM’s 10th anniversary celebrations in Sept 2014, WERK created a vision of DSM encapsulating the past with the future.
Date of release: September 1st, 2014
Full color, 305mm x 220mm, 192 pages
Edition: 1000 copies Printed in Singapore.
Latest issue of WERK Magazine is now available at the little dröm store, both at our physical & online store: http://shop.thelittledromstore.com/product/werk-magazine-no-22-dover-street-market-beautiful-chaos
A sneaky peak at our new store
We’re starting to fill our new store with memories again! When space is a limitation, we made use of air space too! :D Loving our yellow roof where we can hang stuff from to make it even quirkier.
We hope to get our new store ready soon, to welcome you guys!
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Our latest addition to our playground pin series : Pineapple (Ong Lai!). Though the Pineapple playground did not garner as much attention as the iconic dragon playground, personally it still remains as one of our most loved playgrounds.
HUAT AH ;P
We shot this photo in 2009 at Pasir Ris, using expired 35mm film with a Nikon F50. Unfortunately this playground has been demolished, we’re not sure when, but we tried re-visiting it 2 weeks ago but it was gone.
We now have 7 different brooch designs under the Playground Series brooches. See them all by clicking here.
These series of products are fashioned after Singapore’s Iconic old school mosaic playgrounds (circa 1970/1980).
Mosaic Playground Totes *NEW*
Fashioned after Singapore’s Iconic old school mosaic playgrounds (circa 1970/1980). The playground was our school, our imagination, our friend; life lessons were learnt through bruises gathered from knocking against colourful mosaic tiles, by scraping our knees falling on gritty sandpits, the feeling of sand between our toes.
Did you guys know that the Dragon playground located at 28 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, is currently being preserved?
The four blocks of HDB flats surrounding it are to be torn down, but we’re so glad the dragon playground managed to escape this demolition.
Totes available in 3 designs:
Available now at our online store http://shop.thelittledromstore.com
Loving these customized hand painted and written art posters we got from The Letter J Supply to remind us of God’s goodness in the midst of our relocation.
Psalms 36:5-6 (THE MSG Bible)
God’s love is meteoric,
his loyalty astronomic,
His purpose titanic,
his verdicts oceanic.
Yet in his largeness
nothing gets lost;
1 Corinthians 10:17 (THE MSG Bible)
We don’t reduce Christ to what we are; he raises us to what he is.
How beautiful are they! Love the typography and God’s promises in these!
Do pop by “Aspects, the Making of Usuhari Glass” happening this Friday, March 14, 7.30 pm at SUPERMAMA@8Q (8 Queen Street).
the little dröm store is thrilled to be invited as 1 of the contributing design team – to design 1/5 of the Aspects glass collection series.
Other Participating Design Teams include:
• Lanzavecchia + Wai
• The Press Room
Mr Yoshifumi Saito, Creative Director of Shotoku Glass Company, Tokyo will also be there to speak.
More information here: http://www.singaplural.com/fringe-events/aspects-the-making-of-usuhari-glass/