In pics: The best quirky, funky local designs inspired by Singaporean culture at Naiise

You know what’s just around the corner? National Day. The one day you’re most likely to feel a prick of patriotism (especially when Dick Lee’s ‘Home’ plays on the radio). Even though this year’s not as grand as SG50, it’s still worth celebrating all the amazing talent we have in our tiny little island. 

That’s why we’d like to direct your attention to a selection of awesome new products — from funky, tongue-in-cheek designs to classic everyday items with a local twist — by homegrown brands, all featured on multi-label retailer Naiise.

Check ’em out below and see if you can make it through this post without buying anything. 

Dragon rocking horse by Hinika, $449-$1,275
Joo Chiat scarf by Binary Style, $65
Chicken rice tea tin by Ette Tea, $26
Gem biscuit USB lamps by Meykrs, $34.80
Army air-conditioned helmet poster by Westside Prints, $15
Danger area door hanger from Souvenirs From Singapore, $12.90
Singapura pack of 15 stickers by Kumo Doodles
Tiong Bahru foot stool by Onlewo, $255
Happy Family card (Singapore version) by Wheniwasfour, $9.90
Turquoise and green Peranakan tiles notebook by LavenderCraftingCorner, $16.05
Happiness candy cushion by The Joy Troopers

 

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