Our latest cover story, where we asked 9 local illustrators to show us their views on Singapore, has really gotten us feeling all arty-farty.
The popular fair returns for its first edition this year (a second installment will happen sometime in November) with over 70 galleries from all over the world offering an extensive range of contemporary art, all priced from $100 to $10,000.
Dyslexic "scribble artist" Vince Low sketches portraits of celebs and other icons. (See the Merlion he drew for us, above.)
Pose for a portrait by up to 50 illustrators, artists and painters at this regular flea market and art community get-together.
New York artist Gary Simmons critiques race issues in academic institutions via chalk-on-blackboard drawings.
Must-see paintings of walkmans, cassettes and other musical relics by Horace Panter, of legendary ska band The Specials. Jun 7-28. Icon Gallery, 476 River Valley Rd., 6735-4550.
The incredible Ms Molder exhibits fierce-as-hell portraits that are clearly influenced by old Hollywood and literary icons.