Casual Poet Culture, Singapore

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Casual Poet Culture, a Singapore based multifunctional cultural label + studio was founded in 2007.

Since 2008, a laidback little coffee shop + store on the third floor of an old shophouse in Chinatown, is ran by the Casual Poet Culture. The store has since attracted artists, designers, writers, actors, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, travellers and many others who hope to escape the heat & chaos of this occasionally heartbreaking city.

Casual Poet support independent culture and are very happy to work with artists, small companies, artisan producers, individual crafters, independent publishers/labels & friends to stock a small, whimsical but awesome collection of goods, including stationery, homeware, artist goods, independent publications, art books, t-shirts & so on.

The shop also doubles as a living room, a space where both old and new friends can come to find some sort of peace and quiet, in the company of good music and good vibes. Exhibitions, live shows, readings, screenings and so on also happen in the store on an irregular basis.

written by dotdotdot on 2010-05-19 #places #studio #singapore #cafe #location #casual-poet-culture #chillout-spot #cultural-label

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2 Comments

  1. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    I love books! I love poetry! I love Singapore! (even though I've sadly never been...) And I love this gallery/story! Bravo! (??? couple question marks to take away from the overuse of exclamation points...???!!??)

  2. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    Wah nic didn't even know this place existed!thanks 4 sharing! @myloveletter hey visit singapore soon then!; )

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