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Feature Room: Min Yong, Founder of Beverly’s Blooms

As Mother’s Day rolls around this weekend, we catch up with Min—entrepreneur, wife, mother of two and founder of Singapore-based bespoke flower service, Beverly’s Blooms, to find out simply how she does it all! She will be setting up a fresh bouquet bar this weekend at SPRMRKT Kitchen + Bar to spread the joy with her blooms, […]

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The new single-village origin chocolate bar by Chocolate Concierge

This Labour Day, we debut the new Semai origin 78% dark chocolate bar by Chocolate Concierge. Primarily a chocolate-people matching service, Chocolate Concierge designs each chocolate tasting experience by starting from the roots and origin of the cacao plant. Bean origins are transparent in their chocolates, with origins from Costa Rica, Venezuela, Ghana and more. […]

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A Labour Day Special: Laborious Lamb

In view of Labour Day next week, we decided to ask our chefs about the most laborious dish served at SPRMRKT and it seems we have a clear winner! Turns out the process of making Slow Braised Lamb Shank is truly a long and arduous process. According to Head Chef CK at SPRMRKT Daily, it […]

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Feature room: Andreas Papaspyrou, Co-Founder of Papa’s Grove

One of the most elaborate Easter celebrations around the world actually takes place in Greece, with feasts often taking days to prepare and hours to eat. This year, we’ve decided to pay homage to two Greek brothers whom are producing their own label of extra virgin olive oil: Papa’s Grove. Using mostly unripe green olives from their […]

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Feature Room: Yam Mauricio, Manager at SPRMRKT Daily

Reaching new heights with us, Yam was recently promoted to oversee operations twice the size of the previous outlet. In light of International Women’s Day, we’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate Yam for being one of our longest serving employees while noting her struggles and achievements to get to where she is, and for […]

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Woman Of The Hour: Queenie Rosita Law, Artist & Entrepreneur

Born in Hong Kong, and a graduate of the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design with a degree in Graphic Design specialising in experimental image making, Queenie Rosita Law’s interest in storytelling and capturing ephemeral moments in life is a fundamental aspect of her work as a visual artist and image-maker. Blending photography […]

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3 minutes with Jau Goh

Born in Malacca, Malaysia in 1980, Jau Goh graduated from the Architecture School in the University of Western Australia in 2004. Currently living and working in Singapore, Jau creates an entirely personal universe in her paintings by following a precise framework of formal techniques, filled with visual fields of lines and color with the intention […]

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SAKURA—Beyond The Light feat. Queenie Rosita Law

SAKURA – Beyond the Light is the first solo exhibition in Singapore by contemporary artist Queenie Rosita Law and we’re delighted to be showcasing her work. The opening reception was held on 10 February and featured 12 unique paint-on-photography artworks. Sectioned into 3 series, the first “sakura” art work explores the spirit of the Sakura flower from Japan, […]

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THE CITY BOOK—SINGAPORE

Daily’s latest one-piece art exhibition is a little out of the ordinary. The original hand-drawn map by Danielle Tay was commissioned for The City Book—Singapore. Curated and created by Production Q, each book also comes with a detachable version of the map. The opening reception and book launch was held on 13 January at SPRMRKT Daily. 9 […]

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Hong Kong feat. Aik Beng Chia

On the evening of 30 Nov, SPRMRKT hosted the opening reception for one of Singapore’s most prominent photographers—Aik Beng Chia’s (ABC) first self-published travel zine. If you had read the tagline/blurb for the exhibition, it might have caused some intrigue and with good reason because this otherwise striking show of city life belies a recurrent revelation that had emerged […]

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