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Art & Design3 July 2020
The Ceramics Designer Inspired by 20th-Century Drawings of Brain Cells

After finding a book of vintage medical illustrations, Eny Lee Parker decided to translate those shapes to clay.

Art & Design30 June 2020
Person to Know: The Singaporean Artist of Everyday Things

The artist Leow Wei Li paints pictures using ordinary household materials and ingredients, navigating the intersections of art and the Singaporean identity in the process.

Art & Design, T at Home24 June 2020
Person to Know: A Japanese Artist Who Makes Art on Toast

An artist leverages on the additional time spent in isolation to create art with an unorthodox, but edible medium: her breakfast toasts.

T at Home, Art & Design22 June 2020
How to Turn Your Trash Into Art

“Junk vessels” can be made from a variety of discarded trash. All you need are newspaper, glue, paints and creativity.

Art & Design18 June 2020
In Singapore, an Art Library Designed to Record Forgotten History

From within a rotunda that’s inextricable to Singapore’s colonial past, a library collates the historical art narratives of Southeast Asia — and safeguards them against erasure.

Trending, Art & Design14 June 2020
How to Turn Vegetables Into a Tie-Dye Pattern

For those at home, Hillary Taymour, the creative director of Collina Strada, offers a creative use for excess beets.

Art & Design8 June 2020
Person to Know: An Artist Who Delights in the Minor Key

Moyra Davey’s work moves freely between photography, video and writing but is united in its unwavering attention to the objects and accidents of everyday life.

Art & Design2 June 2020
George Floyd’s Final Words, Written in the Sky

On Saturday, the artist Jammie Holmes staged his own kind of protest in five cities across the country.

Art & Design, T at Home26 May 2020
How to Refresh Your Home With Minimal Fuss

From reconsidering your lighting to upgrading your bedding, suggestions for making the space you’re isolating in feel new again.

Art & Design21 May 2020
The Designer Who’s Trading in Fashion for Furniture

Having stepped back from the whirl of the fashion calendar, Jonathan Saunders is returning to his first love with a collection of minimalist furniture.

Profile in Style, Art & Design14 May 2020
The Costume Designer Who Creates Both Period Garments and Superhero Suits

Alexandra Byrne, the designer behind the intricate costuming of “Emma” and several of Marvel’s superhero franchise films, shares her creative inspirations.

Art & Design12 May 2020
The Architect Making Conceptual Art Out of Buildings

In exploring the contradictions between private and public, interior and exterior, constructed and natural, Sou Fujimoto has offered his own definition for what design should be.

Entertainment & Culture, Art & Design12 May 2020
Revisiting the Posy in Our Current Moment

Once thought to protect against disease, the small bouquets can at least provide a bit of beauty.

Art & Design11 May 2020
T Suggests: A Singaporean Art Duo’s Virtual Exhibition, Noise-Blocking Headphones and an Extra Large Watch

Amid the influx of virtual photoshoots, Singaporean photographer Reuben Foong and actress Victoria Loke shot one of their own and underlined its unwitting shift of power dynamics — and more.

Art & Design7 May 2020
How to See the Beauty in Singapore’s Mundane Everyday Life

One Singaporean artist is taking it slow to memorialise the island city’s oft-forgotten sights into poignant digital portraits.

Art & Design5 May 2020
Person to Know: The Japanese Artist Turning Fruits and Vegetables Into Sculpture

Ikebana’s most irreverent practitioner, the 80-year-old Kosen Ohtsubo, finds beauty in the banal.

Art & Design, T at Home, T | How To26 April 2020
How To | Make a Floral Arrangement Using Fruits and Vegetables

The floral artist of This Humid House, a Singapore-based botanical design studio, creates a decorative arrangement using ingredients picked up from a wet market, the streets and her neighbour’s garden.

Art & Design15 April 2020
A Singaporean Artist’s Series of Macabre Sculptures

The subversive sculptor Qi Xuan Lim bakes pastries of baby heads and creates severed limbs as sushi toppings.

Art & Design14 April 2020
What Can We Learn From the Art of Pandemics Past?

From the playground game ring-around-the-rosy to the short stories of Edgar Allan Poe, the scars of illnesses throughout history are still visible today.

Art & Design8 April 2020
Inside a Rem Koolhaas Villa, a Furniture Designer’s Realised Vision

Outside Bordeaux, a Rem Koolhaas-designed villa has become a site for the inventiveness of Pierre Paulin, who dreamed up modular furniture made of foam, resin and fibreglass.

Art & Design7 April 2020
Person to Know: A Painter Who Imagines a Chaotic Universe

Fabien Verschaere tells stories — through monstrous, transient creations — using a graphic vocabulary that changes as he does.

Art & Design6 April 2020
The Extravagance of Less

In a tiny seaside Tuscan village, a minimalist architect and designer proves that living with little but history can be the richest existence of all.

Art & Design, Beauty6 April 2020
The Uncommon Perfumers

From scented painting to bespoke fragrance-making, these scent savants are introducing new ways of exploring perfumery.

Art & Design5 April 2020
A Cosy, Minimalist Retreat Perched Among the Treetops

Hidden in the woods of upstate New York, one family’s treehouse mimics its rustic environment.

T | House Tour, Art & Design2 April 2020
House Tour | Kelly Wearstler

The designer invites T into her 12,000-square-foot historic Beverly Hills home, which abounds with treasures from the city’s cinematic past — and her own equally dramatic creations.

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