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Three Places To Go To Get Your Family Feeling Festive!

It’s finally Christmas week and it’s time to get into the swing of things! We’ve got a few suggestions on what you can do with your kids to get into the holiday mood or to keep the spirit going the days after! OneSci-sational Christmas at the Science Centre Join the elves at Santa’s workshop as more...

EYEYAH! for NTUC Fairprice Limited Edition Re-usable Shopping Bags

We designed a collection of limited edition re-usable shopping bags, featuring eye-catching graphics. 15,000 bags were sold out within a few months. This was supported by pop-up workshops for children in store and a collaboration with food blogger and chef from ‘Fusspot and Foodie’ to create a series of kid-friendly healthy recipes. Curatorial Approach: to more...

Artist Feature: 3LAND

“It’s like magic.” Originally from Thailand, Nagoya-based Artist 3LAND specialises in creating characters and imaginative worlds. Inspired by his family and his new-born son, 3LAND’s creations are accessible and fun for kids. We spoke to 3LAND, with questions from a 12-year-old, to find out more about his life as an artist. How long have you been an more...

Artist Feature: Cesc Grané

“Never grow up.” “Just keep drawing! Just keep being creative!” Spanish illustrator, Cesc Grané, has travelled all over the world – he has lived in Barcelona, Qatar, and is currently based in Tokyo. His experiences and adventures have shaped his artwork, resulting in a unique character style and essence. He employs a variety of techniques more...

EYEYAH! highlights the dangers of the internet through animated Public Service Announcements

To raise awareness of Safer Internet Day on the 5th of Feb 2019, we partnered with Nickelodeon to air a 10-part animated series of public-service announcements.  We worked with 10 illustrators with diverse styles from Singapore, Thailand, Australia, the United Kingdom and France, to create artworks that would educate children on the benefits and dangers more...

Artist Feature: YeahYeahChloe

Make Something! “Just make something! Anything! It doesn’t matter what it is, or if it makes sense or if people even like it.” Queensland based artist and former high-school art teacher, Chloe Bennett, has worked with EYEYAH! on more than one occasion — she’s contributed illustrations to issues 01 and 02, and we arranged her more...

EYEYAH! Founders Interview in Singapore’s Chinese Language Daily

Photo and article by Amos Mak. Full article here: https://www.zaobao.com.sg/news/fukan/crossroad/story20180723-877336

How EYEYAH! can be used in the classroom

‘Philosophy for children’ Also known as P4C, this is a movement that aims to develop children’s cognitive, social and emotional development. P4C is not a lecture-style ‘class’. Students and teachers rather sit together (usually in a circle) and, after establishing an intellectually-safe learning environment, discuss simple yet thought-provoking topics, many of which are child generated. more...

EYEYAH! artist wins World Illustration Award

Congratulations to Esther Goh, who topped the ‘professional editorial’ category at the World Illustration Awards (WIA) for her wonderfully detailed ‘EMOJIWORLD’, featured in Issue 01. The idea behind her work is a theme park that contains as many Emojis as possible. WIA is a highly respected and hugely visible platform, important to the world of more...

EYEYAH! Easter Colouring-In at National Gallery

We commissioned South Korean illustrator Bang Sang Ho to create these beautiful colouring-sheets that were handed over Easter weekend at Gallery & Co, the cafe and retail space at National Gallery Singapore. Can you spot the 12 hidden Easter eggs?

Creativity in Education: EYEYAH! Founders on Channel News Asia

The founders of EYEYAH! were interviewed on First Look Asia about their long-term vision to introduce creativity and creative thinking to children in Singapore and across the world. Interview here:

EYEYAH! Goes Into Schools

EYEYAH! has partnered with Asia’s leading cyber wellness and media literacy consultancy Kingmaker to bring our visuals to school children across Singapore. Kingmaker has been running a range of programs to impart responsible internet usage to primary, secondary school children and their parents since 2012. Their robust curriculum gives children a critical insight into how the more...

EYEYAH! Q&A

What is EYEYAH?EYEYAH! is an art platform that uses art and design as a vehicle to engage children in a visual conversation about social issues.It is a social enterprise with a long-term vision to raise the level of creativity in education. Where does the name come from?It comes from the colloquial Term ‘AIYAH!’ Which is more...