Itchyfingers at the MuseumFebruary 26, 2013 at 11:53 am | Posted in itchy fingers | 1 Comment
Tags: Animals, Arts, Cats, Design, Event, Museum, News, Uniquely Singapore
Last weekend, Itchyfingers had a great time at the National Museum of Singapore. We were there to showcase our work at the Bras Basah. Bugis Arts Flea Market organised by Public Garden. We were asked by our friend from Brigette’s Little Shop to share a table as neither of us have ever attended any event either as a shopper or a vendor by the organiser. Since we love the idea of a market in the museum, Itchyfingers decided to go for it!
These are original acrylic paintings on canvases by Tisu Boy.
There were a lot of enquiries on the originals but we are only selling
the limited edition blank cards for now. As for the originals, we are
thinking of eventually selling them to raise some funds for our community
cats in Singapore when more pieces are done
It was a good location but as a large part of the roof were fitted with glass to allow for natural illumination from the sun, it was quite warm as it was a fairly sunny day…But the crowd were constantly coming in, though not as many as I would have expected on a Museum Open House Day. I guess it was also due to a lack of on-going blockbuster exhibits.
We met quite a few interesting people, both the shoppers and the vendors….
This guy was at our table talking to us and we din notice his very special
backpack until he turned around….I had to chase up and secretly
take this photo cos cannot control my itchyfingers! Wonder how heavy
is the bag and how much stuff can it hold inside… :D
Sharing a table may be a bit cramp but we had fun promoting our friend’s lovely handmade pieces too! Hahah…