Create an art of a mess at pop-up studio Splat Paint House

The beauty of artistic expression is that there are no rules, and new pop-up studio Splat Paint House at co-working space Mox can vouch for that—in all its paint-splattering glory.

Following a concept similar to the Fragment Rooms’ rage-venting rooms, Splat Paint House encourages participants to grab their weapon of choice and just make a mess. Set your inhibitions loose on a piece of canvas for the next hour or so, with a starter pack comprising of a 40x50cm canvas, two syringes, a squirt bottle/water gun and 400ml of liquid ammunition a.k.a. paints.

Not to fret if you have on your Sunday best; the price tag of $39 covers cloth-protecting gear, safety goggles and gloves, though it would probably be best to wear something comfortable. If you’re really feeling it, the walls are fair game as well.

, Create an art of a mess at pop-up studio Splat Paint House

But where’s the fun in tapping into your destructive tendencies alone? Make it a rather unconventional date for $105, complete with a bottle of red or white boutique French wine to mark the occasion, or round up three of your pals for a messy party that’s a little different from what you’re used to. Come back after a 48-hour drying period to take home your work of art for a nice DIY addition to your own walls.

As of now, Splat Paint House exists as a 2-month-long pop-up studio (they’re looking at becoming permanent tenants of Mox) right by the foodie scene of I12 Katong, so post-paint-hurling noshes are just down the street.

Splat Paint House is located at Mox until Oct 28. Bookings and more info here.