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10 Singaporean Creatives You Should Support

Local talents

Singapore is filled with creative souls brimming with talent and passion. We have artisans who specialise in different fields, from ceramic pottery to upcycled jewellery. Other talented individuals choose to share their musical, acting, and graphic design skills to help other people grow their businesses. Looking for a worthwhile activity during this period? Show your support by checking these 10 local creatives.

Agnes Goh

Searching for an on-screen talent? Agnes Goh has modelled and acted in various forms of media. Her versatile talents can be seen across social media, which was artfully curated on her YouTube channel for your reference.

Anomaly Market

Have a special spot for handmade accessories? Christina of Anomaly Market hand-makes jewellery from polymer clay. You can choose from necklaces, earrings, and pendants with ready-made or customised designs.

Prices begin at SGD15 and can be delivered with a shipping fee of SGD2 (normal) and SGD4 (tracked). Self-collection also available.

C.R. Tan

Need a little assistance in getting the most drool-worthy food shot for your F&B? CR is a professional food stylist, photographer, and certified foodie who can lend you his expertise. He also produces tutorials on his Instagram (@xlbcr) for those interested in pursuing photography.

Dirty Hands Only

If you're looking to spruce up your space, Tiffany of Dirty Hands Only makes beautiful ceramics such as mugs (SGD28), plates and bowls (starting at SGD35) that you can snatch up. She also offers pottery learning sessions for SGD75 per person for 2.5 hours.

Orders can be self-collected or shipped with a fee of SGD15. Customised orders are also available upon request.

Jelly G

Celebrate love with a personalised wooden globe portrait from Gabbie of Jelly G! She personally draws, hand-paints, engraves, and assembles each globe. Her cosmic-inspired creations can be used as decor and gifts.

Commissions range from SGD70 to 160 depending on the size of the globe and the number of people in the portrait. Enjoy complimentary delivery for orders SGD70 and above.

Joel Low

Interested in fine-tuning your vocal skills? Theatre actor Joel Low offers voice coaching with professional techniques that bring out your voice's full potential. Whether your interests lie in pop or RnB music or in musical theatre, Joel will guide you in getting to know the full range of your singing capacities.

REeco Krafts

Love upcycled jewellery? Then it's time to head over to REeco Krafts' Instagram to marvel over her one-of-a-kind eco-conscious pieces. 

Regular designs for earrings range from SGD4 to 12 and necklaces go from SGD13 to 30. Custom orders are available upon request. Deliveries are through SingPost with an additional fee of SGD3.50.

Telephone: +65 9841 9701
Shukufuku

Every fur baby deserves a special portrait! Bianca, the graphic designer behind Shukufuku, specialises in capturing your pet's spirit in digital form.

You can commission her for special Single and Double Portraits at SGD20 and 35, respectively. Artworks will be delivered via e-mail, in 1440 x 2960 pixels, within one to two weeks after the order is placed. Her other artworks are available through Etsy.

Stephanie Tan

Curious about the bullet journaling trend? Stephanie conducts bullet journaling virtual workshops that ease you into the popular creative lifestyle. Classes range from SGD108 to 158 depending on the topic.

You can also book her for private events and projects.

The Gut Feelings

Need a lil' guidance from the universe? Avail of a tarot card reading from The Gut Feelings. Each reading entitles you to one question you need to be answered.

A first reading costs SGD6 and SGD2 onwards while an in-depth reading goes for SGD15. Readings can be conducted over Skype and video calls or a recorded message/text with an accompanying photo of the chosen cards.

Ready to try something new? Show your support for these artists, and find more at the YouTrip #CraftWithLove Creative Marketplace. 


(Cover photo from: @xlbcr)