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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.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending2 July 2020
Editor’s Letter: Read T’s “Art, Design & Technology” Issue Online

This month, we celebrate the brands, designers and artists who are changing the conversation by looking ahead.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture2 July 2020
T Suggests: A New York-Style Pizza Joint, a Perfumer’s Candles and Porcelain Faces

In Singapore, a legendary pizza joint hailed from Brooklyn finds its second home — and more.

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.

Entertainment & Culture30 June 2020
Five Essential Documentaries, Recommended by David France

With his new movie, “Welcome to Chechnya,” premiering on HBO, the filmmaker shares some of his favourites.

Entertainment & Culture29 June 2020
Nine Black Artists and Cultural Leaders on Seeing and Being Seen

Amy Sherald, Michael R. Jackson and others discuss the challenges and opportunities of cultivating black audiences and dismantling historically white institutions.

Entertainment & Culture29 June 2020
What to Do When You Need to Use a Public Bathroom During a Pandemic

We’ve heard about toilet plume. And now we’re venturing out a little more. So what’s a person with a full bladder to do?

Entertainment & Culture, Trending26 June 2020
To Ni Ni, the World Is a Stage

For the actress Ni Ni, one’s true self and role in society are constructed — and reconstructed — in a perpetual process of performance and presentation.

Gourmet, T at Home / 18 April 2020

What to do With Instant Noodles — 4 Singaporean Chefs Share Their Recipes

In their home kitchens, Singaporean restaurateur Bjorn Shen and his team of chefs at Artichoke experiment with the quotidian ingredient of quarantine cuisine: instant noodles.

Entertainment & Culture26 June 2020
What Will Happen With Weddings?

Less is more for 2021 weddings. Extravagant nuptials are taking a back seat to intimate, personalised celebrations.

Beauty, T at Home25 June 2020
How to Shape Your Eyebrows at Home

A guide to trimming, tweezing and touching up your arches on your own, with some creative direction from the experts.

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.

Entertainment & Culture24 June 2020
It’s a Wonderful Time to Be Leslie Jordan

The sitcom actor, known for roles in “Will & Grace” and “Murphy Brown,” wanted attention his whole life. Naturally, he discovered Instagram.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture23 June 2020
Trump, (Tie) Undone

After the ill-fated campaign rally in Tulsa, an accessory becomes a symbol.

Art & Design / 15 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.

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.

Entertainment & Culture20 June 2020
What Makes Some People More Resilient Than Others

The very earliest days of our lives, and our closest relationships, can offer clues about how we cope with adversity.

Gourmet, Wellness, T at Home19 June 2020
How to Create Your Own Herbal Tinctures

A herbalist shares three simple recipes for calming, restorative drinks.

Entertainment & Culture16 June 2020
Meet the Three Mothers Making a Stand for Climate Action

Three women from across the globe — all of whom happen to be mothers — are leading their communities towards a more promising future planet as they set their transformative ideas into motion.

Gourmet15 June 2020
A Food Artist’s Surprisingly Low-Key Recipe (That She Eats With Her Hands)

Laila Gohar makes elaborate culinary installations for work, but when she’s home alone, she prefers “Mediterranean grandmother” cooking.

Entertainment & Culture / 1 April 2020

16 Aesthetically Pleasing Puzzles and Games to Play at Home

From a pie-shaped jigsaw to an artist-designed chess set, good, analogue fun that hones — and frees — the mind.

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.

Entertainment & Culture13 June 2020
Couples Who Eat Together May Not Stay Together

From what they eat to how they actually eat it, being together all the time is only intensifying food issues.

Entertainment & Culture11 June 2020
Silver Lining to the Mask? Not Having to Smile

If there were one tiny silver lining to the reality that masks are a necessary component of our daily lives now, it is this: smiling on our own terms.

T at Home, Trending10 June 2020
How to Make a DIY Dish Towel Tote Bag, With Rodarte

The sisters behind the fashion label Rodarte, Laura and Kate Mulleavy, show us how to turn kitchen towels and costume jewellery into a carry-all.

Entertainment & Culture9 June 2020
Reading Recommendations From Black Cultural Figures

The musician Dev Hynes a.k.a. Blood Orange, the producer Janet Mock, the comedian Trevor Noah and others featured in T share their favourite books.

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.

Gourmet5 June 2020
Three Singapore Start-Ups Tackling the Ugly Side of Food Waste

Like many other countries, Singapore’s food industry generates an enormous amount of waste — even before meals reach the dinner table. Three initiatives weigh in on how the average Singaporean can help make a change.

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