For fans of art and ice cream, head over to Creamier Tiong Bahru today to step into an imaginative world with CatBee’s Anything Monsters exhibition. The one-of-a-kind collection showcases the local artist’s signature triple googly eyes and toothy grin on various mediums, including fifty hand-painted gesso boards.
But that’s not all. Made exclusively for Creamier Tiong Bahru, the exhibition also introduces four limited-edition Anything Monsters prints: Wild Things, Fruit Salad, Peas, and Monkey. As visitors explore the collection, they will find whimsical line art of several monsters strategically placed throughout the café, inviting us to dine amongst them.
A young adult with autism herself, CatBee finds comfort in spending hours with her colouring pencils, drawing and creating her iconic creatures. By presenting her art to the public, she not only shares her unique perspective on the world, but also strives to give back to the community.
At Creamier Tiong Bahru, patrons will find exclusive Anything Monsters designs on specially-made retail items, ranging from adult and children’s t-shirts, enamel mugs and tote bags, to adorable prints.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of artwork and retail items will go towards My Inspiring Journey, Singapore’s first special needs hub founded by parents with special needs children, and where CatBee is currently attending a Day Activity Care programme.
Merely the beginning of a meaningful partnership between CatBee and Creamier, there’ll even be a CatBee Anything Monsters ice cream coming our way in the next few months.
Start planning your dates and explore CatBee’s Anything Monsters exhibition at Creamier Tiong Bahru. If you can’t get enough of them, don’t forget to take a piece of the exhibition home with you – and support a great cause while at it! Her artworks are also conveniently available for enquiry and purchase through her online store.
Find more information on the website here.