A Sense of Place

A curated diary of curious snapshots by Terroir Magazine
Now these utterly adorable birdhouses by Nathan Danials have gotten  us going totally gaga over the idea of hanging one around the house.  Anyone who has a private property with a tree in Singapore willing to  volunteer? We’ll pay for the birdhouse! :)
More at Nathan Danials’ Etsy.

Now these utterly adorable birdhouses by Nathan Danials have gotten us going totally gaga over the idea of hanging one around the house. Anyone who has a private property with a tree in Singapore willing to volunteer? We’ll pay for the birdhouse! :)

More at Nathan Danials’ Etsy.

Gosh this is such a beautiful video of Old Singapore, back in 1967. Thanks to @deafknee for tweeting it! And Derek Tait for blogging about it.

thelittledromstore:

I Don’t Friend You by the little drom press

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A book celebrating friendships and childhood playtime memories in Singapore (circa 80s – 90s).

Using petite hands, foot and imagination at large; games and friendships were formed. “Chi ku pak” and “nehnee nehnee boo boo, you cannot catch me” are amongst some childish lingoes and silly game tunes that are still softly echoing in our heads occasionally. Up till today, we are left amused and confounded by these very ingenious game creators. A recollection of old school playtime memories of kids back in the good old years of 80s/90s.

View more sample spreads via our flickr.

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ISBN 978-981-08-9285-2 • 72 Pages • Hard Cover • Cloth BoundSize = 14.5cm(w) by 18.5cm(h) • includes interactive pages for reader to participate in the games

Also available online here.

paulineho:
For the most part of it, I think the enriching part about going out to see the world is the realization that happiness comes in many other forms. Which we forget after being fixated on that one form after being in the city for too long.

paulineho:

For the most part of it, I think the enriching part about going out to see the world is the realization that happiness comes in many other forms. Which we forget after being fixated on that one form after being in the city for too long.

Our web store is finally up! Only four 2 copies will be sold each week, because that’s the fastest it can be made. Remember, this is a bespoke magazine. We recognize that it’s a rather couture concept of selling. Someday, Terroir Magazine might be published and distributed. For now, we’ll do what we can to get it out there.

After months of discussions, collaboration, curation and finally execution, Terroir Magazine has finally launched!

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