We find exhibitions are a great way to create memorable experiences and a way to immerse people in ideas and moods.

Demystifying art and making exhibitions about topics which resonate with young people is important to us. Large scale artworks and fun interactive elements are signature EYEYAH! Trademarks. We want to nurture a new generation of art lovers and create an interest for the arts to flourish in the future.

From exhibitions about TRASH and global warming to internet safety, no topic is off-limits. We have worked with museums, galleries and commercial spaces to create some cutting-edge art shows.

Creating visual spectacles both big and small is embedded in our DNA.

Where possible we utilise cutting edge technology to explore ideas through art.

We believe ideas are best remembered via the eyes. Especially in young people. That’s why we focus an art & design led experiences.

Engaging people in conversation is key to deepening experiences. We create shows which visitors can interact with and want to spend time with.

Mental Health themed Pop-up Exhibition at Temasek Shophouse

The EYEYAH! pop-up museum that uses illustration to provoke conversation around mental health is touring venues and schools in Singapore and will be at Temasek Shophouse, a social impact hub in the heart of Singapore, from 5 December 2022 – 4 February 2023. Curated by EYEYAH!, the exhibition showcases 40 world-class artworks by contemporary digital more…

MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing x EYEYAH! at ArtScience Museum

MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing is not an exhibition about mental illness, treatments, or cures. It is a welcoming place where you can confront societal bias and stereotypes around mental health. MENTAL invites you to embark on an intimate and personal journey that explores the many ways of being, surviving and making connections, that have become increasingly important to more…

“Look Deep” Pop-up Museum

4,000 Singapore Secondary School Students to learn about Mental Health through Slow Looking. A pilot programme developed by EYEYAH!, and co-presented by the DesignSingapore Council with the support of The James Dyson Foundation uses illustration to provoke thought and discussions around mental health and resilience. Titled “Look Deep”, the programme showcases 40 illustrations and animations more…

The Boiling Frog – Pop-up Exhibition

“If you put a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will instantly leap out. But if you put it in warm water and slowly boil it, the frog won’t jump out.” The Boiling Frog story serves as a metaphor to call out the current inadequate actions taken to tackle climate change for if more…

EYEYAH! ‘Anxiety’ Themed Pop-Art to Celebrate Release of Issue 06.

Supported by DesignSingapore Council and Nickelodeon Asia. Pop-up address: Kult Kafe, 200 Turf Club Road, #01-19B The Grandstand, Singapore 287994 Opening hours: 3pm – 12am Weds to Friday 9am – 12am Saturday 9am – 1030pm SundayMonday & Tuesday closed Exhibition opens to public on Sat 2 April and runs until 3 July 2022. The free more…

EYEYAH! Presents A Show About The Sea

Did you know that the sea covers over 2/3 of the Earth’s surface and that more than 80% of world trade is seaborne? The Sea Show, created in conjunction with Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was a visually stimulating and thought-provoking experience for kids and kidults to learn about the ocean. Featuring the more…

Take part in “The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition” at Singapore Art Week 2021

EYEYAH! is excited to announce our upcoming exhibition “The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition” at Singapore Art Week 2021. In what could be the first exhibition of its kind, you – the members of the publicreations and land yourself a spot in our exhibition over Singapore Art Week 22 January – 30 January 2021. Participating more…

EYEPOP! The Weird & Wonderful World of YeahYeahChloe

Held over 2 weekends at Gillman Barracks, EYEPOP! is a kid-friendly pop art show that invites us to see the every-day world from a new perspective. Our opening weekend was held in conjunction with Art Day Out! and saw kids and kidults alike experience the weird & wonderful world of YeahYeahChloe.

MeshMinds x Ugly Vegetables by Cesc Grané and EYEYAH!

We collaborated with MeshMinds to create an AR experience of our ugly vegetable family, that premiered at ArtScience Museum in March 2019. Kids and adults alike could place the larger-than-life ugly vegetables in their environment, drawing awareness to the issue of food waste.

Halloween Art Show at Street Superior Festival 2018

Street Superior Festival was a gathering of subcultures across Sneakers, Streetwear, Music, Digital and Street Art occupying 60,000 sq ft of raw industrial space at the historic Pasir Panjang ‘A’ Powerhouse. Since the event took place at the end of October, we decided to transform our space into a pop-up Halloween Art Show, for kids more…

House of EYEYAH! A Design Festival Exhibition For Kids about the Internet

As part of Singapore Design Week, EYEYAH! created an immersive art exhibition for children, themed around the Internet. We completely transformed a terraced house in the Chip Bee district of Singapore, covering the space with art and transforming each of the rooms into a different experience. We were delighted to welcome thousands of people over more…

EYEYAH! VR Experience

EYEYAH! was one of the collectives invited to create an interactive installation for the ‘MeshMinds Art xTech for good’ showcase at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum in January 2018.  We created a ‘Where’s Wally’ VR experience, where participants had to find the hidden tiger inside the wonderfully detailed worlds of 3Land and Esther Goh.