Join us this July in celebrating the beauty of print in I HAVE A ROOM WITH EVERYTHING. This will be the first graphic design exhibition in Singapore dedicated to the art of print.

A handpicked selection of over 200 items will be on display to pay homage to the print techniques and workmanship behind them, including a feast of magazines, catalogues, books, mailers and music albums by the most recognisable names in design for the visually hungry.

Highlighted items include WERK, Guerillazines for Comme des Garcons, Club 21 and On Pedder catalogues, limited edition books by John Clang and fashion invites and lookbooks from Wunderkind and Viridi-anne as well as works by Stefan Sagmeister, Why Not Associates, Nign, Asylum, WORK, Kinetic and H55.

Inspired by the idea of a space overtaken by a library of rich and rare printed materials to illuminate a personal and intimate setting, we encourage visitors to feel at home by touching, smelling, exploring and interacting with the room and everything in it.

The exhibition will also be accompanied by an intimate dialogue session with industry professionals for students and young designers. Junny Saw (AlsoDoMinie), Yong (Somewhere Else/Asylum), Jonathan Yuen (Roots) and Yah-Leng Yu (ForeignPolicyDesign) will be sharing their invaluable insights and personal stories.

I HAVE A ROOM WITH EVERYTHING is curated by Yanda, author behind international design blog THE ARTIST AND HIS MODEL, and presented by DO NOT DESIGN in collaboration with AlsoDoMinie, whose extensive and much-awarded portfolio will be presented to the public for the very first time. The exhibition is proudly supported by The Design Society and Orita Sinclair.

We warmly invite you into our room with everything.

Images courtesy of Felix Lee and respective design studios


Night & Day Gallery
23 July (Sat) — 5 August (Fri), 2011
Opening hour: 1200 – 1900hrs (Mon - Sat)
*Closed on Sundays, Opens at 2000hrs on 23 July, 1600hrs on 30 July.
Address: 139C Selegie Road, Singapore 188309
Admission: Free

for more info, email installation/art direction by: DO NOT DESIGN