Plate Jalan Besar Kitties (Set of 2)

by Edwin Low for Supermama



Jalan Besar is a random mix of neighbourly friendliness and midnight seediness. Mixed in between hardware stores and harmless grocers are Karaoke pubs and nightclubs featuring a cacophony of characters that makes this area the perfect setting for a gangster film. A tribute to this raw unpretentious neighbourhood, the agency’s artwork features two residents strays wearing welding goggles, hugging a bottle of whisky and a beer can with scars and injuries gained from their tumbles in the street. Set of 2

2 x 4.25 in Porcelain, Sauce Dish Plates, Dishwasher and microwave safe
Designed in Singapore
Made in Arita, Japan

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About the Designer


Edwin Low for Supermama


“An icon speaks of a particular time and place, people and their culture. My work around ‘icons’ of Singapore aims to document our stories and, in the process, define our identity.”

Designer, educator, and entrepreneur Edwin Low is the creative mind behind Supermama, a gallery based in Singapore. At Supermama, they collect, create, and curate objects, hoping to engage consumers and provide a space that allows everyone to slow down. Using culture as a context for design, Supermama explores the fine line between cultural artefacts and everyday objects, and the concept of basic luxury – that everyone can own a piece of heritage.

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