Things Ordinary Refreshed

The daily objects of Singapore life are given novel play by creative and enterprising minds. By Yimin Huang The exclamations of delight from the older generation are as telling as...

Dick Lee – Greatest Hits With Wit

Dick Lee turns on the tap as he lets his hits flow, along with wit, senior moments, and liberal jibes at the powers that be. By Kannan Chandran Dick Lee...

The Past Presents Us With Insights

Commerce has long pulsed through Singapore, and forms the foundation of our psyche, as two exhibitions at the National Library showcase. By S. Sakthivel Imported ice from America was what...

Watch This Cause

They come from all walks of life to give a fresh face to Arbutus watches while raising funds for charity. By S. Sakthivel Artists from different disciplines have come together...

Sketching A Future

Do we love art, or do we love the money in art? By Basia Chow There are, have been, and will occur, significant art transactions which take place worldwide. The leading...

Eye Of The STORM

Take aim at the Eye Of The STORM and your shots could win you a prize. Starting 4th July, every Monday, STORM will blow in with a new theme on...

More Meaningful Than Successful

There’s no point making art that satisfies everybody. As Festival Director of the O.P.E.N and SIFA, Ong Keng Sen expresses his views on society, politics and ideology. By Basia...

Watch Out Hollywood

Foreign films are staking their claim. Storm interviews director of The Admiral, Roel Reiné. By Basia Chow Roel Reiné’s easy nature and affable manner is a far cry from the...

Building To Last

SHOULD Nathan Yong get his way, the first piece of furniture you buy from him will be the last you’ll ever need. Walking into designer Nathan Yong’s store, Grafunkt at Park...