Spotted! Fabric-Fun Dolls

THE DESIGN

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Walking around at MAAD, I spotted these beautiful toys made by Malaysia-born freelance artist Nana Pong. The toys are entirely made from fabric and make great snuggles. “I started getting exposure to art during a three-year fine art and design course at Chong Hwa High School,” says Nana. “After that I obtained a diploma in interior design from the Singapore Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. Two years ago, I decided to give up my career as a senior interior designer and became a full time artist. The endless passion for creativity and the power of imagination for my artwork moved from a hobby to an Art De Vivre (Art of Living). I also believe in admiring and sharing the reflections of art. In 2006, I decided to start my own company, Roomism.”

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“Pikki and TT from my Big Foot toy series are inspired by endangered species; imaginary creatures created with socks. I now have more than thirty designs, and each character has a name”.

Spotted! is a digest of fly work by fresh off creatives.

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