Witness Cursed Artefacts & 487-million-year-old Specimens Up-close at ArtScience Museum’s Upcoming Exhibition

History buffs will no doubt be counting their lucky stars when the Treasures of the Natural World exhibition makes its pitstop at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on 25 November 2017.

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An Amalgamation of Art and Science at Van Cleef & Arpels’ Largest Exhibition To Date

“The Art and Science of Gems” by Van Cleef & Arpels is anything but ordinary. For starters, art and science by themselves are disciplines that people often view as polar opposites. To create a perfect blend of the two within a singular exhibition would seem to be an impossible feat, but the 110-year-old French high jewellery maison managed to pull it off without a hitch. Its dramatic outcome indeed speaks for itself.

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Under the Sea: The Debut Collection from WERMDOGG, a label by Singaporean Illustrator Xinleh

Photos: Wermdogg WERMDOGG’s latest collection of bags and shoes revolves around the mystics of the deep aquatic world. Operating via her online store on peer-to-peer e-commerce website Etsy, WERMDOGG which is the brainchild of Singaporean illustrator Xinleh, is the sort of label that any artist would have been inclined to dream up out of their own imagination. …

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Ausra Osipaviciute Challenges the Limits of the Human Anatomy in ‘Fantplastique’

Counting Solve Sundsbo, Paolo Roversi, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott as some of the photographers who inspire her, fashion photographer Ausra Osipaviciute who is based out of London, UK uses her images to translate her imagination of a different fantastic universe to the world. She often conceives this vision of hers with the aid of post-production…

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