Anjali from Anjali Design has been recycling bottles and glasses to make wall decorations and vases at her studio. Today she is teaching to turn a bottle into a lamp. She demonstrates how to cut the bottle and all you do is to have fun decorating your bottle..ermm.. your lamp! :) Thank you for your support to our earth, Anjali!
The Tampines community was embracing their creative side, joining us at the Void Deck Festival on the 22 March 2015. Crafting, drawing, hacking their postcards to show what is the city means to them. Thank you all for participating! :)
Interested in joining the postcard making frenzy? check out The Exchange 2015 by POPINUK's FB page.
Our sister, Popin craft UK, are inviting us to join their project The Exchange, where you can create or decorate a postcard by sharing your stories, experiences and memories of the places where you live. The finished postcards will be displayed at City Space at Winchester Discovery Centre, UK. As you know, Popin UK had contributed in our last year Buttons Factory project, too. How exciting that crafts can be enjoyed and shared not just locally but also internationally.
Join us at our upcoming community engaging art project, Postcard in the City, this Sunday, Mar 22, 2015 1-4pm at The Void Deck Festival, Blk 842 Tampines Street 82, Singapore. We will be providing you the blank postcards to decorate.
If you unable to come down to the event, you can mail your own postcard to our Popin Studio at Tampines Changkat CC, Tampines Street 11, #03-03, Singapore 529453 (there is no restriction on the materials and techniques used but the size has to be standard postcard size). And the deadline is first week of May 2015.
If you have more enquiries, do contact us at email@example.com, See you soon!
(This event is partnered by: PassionArts)
PSST DO CHECK OUT OUR LATEST MARCH UP-CYCLED BOTTLE WORKSHOP
Popin was invited by Tampines Changkat CC to participate in the Supermind Showcase, supporting the elderly to stay active, physically and mentally. We decided to continue using our handmade rubber stamps from previous collaboration. This time we are combining it with paper works, making origami hanging decor, handmade postcards and photo-frames. The aunties (and some kiddos) were delighted as we were too, by their amazing responds. And we learned new things, such as laughing yoga ;)
BELIEVE IN THE HANDMADE
LONG LIVE CRAFT!