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(1) Bobba Tea and The Pumpkin from Gallery & Co.

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(2) Have tea with a Batikroll.

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(3) Different prints adorn the Batikrolls.

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(4) Coloured batter is used to create batik prints.

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(5) Industrial designer Olivia Lee mixes design, art and food.

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(6) Spices and dried fruit used to make candy.

Edible art

You can have your art and eat it too.
Jul 8, 2017 5:50 AM

Connect the Dots

Fans of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama are not only lapping up her quirky art installations and buying her merchandise, they are also eating desserts inspired by her works.

Two eateries are offering menus inspired by Kusama, who is exhibiting her

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