Forget Me Not

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Forget Me Not
Remember the good old days of penning your thoughts and impressions of your classmates upon school graduation?

From composing friendship verses, farewell poems, folding dog-ears with secret messages, carefully styling your profile page with fluorescent highlighters, colourful markers and metallic pens, to your sincere attempts at describing your friend’s personality by linking attributes to the alphabets of their names… we did them all!

Series of products produced include:
• Notebooks (in 3 different designs)
• Art Prints (in 5 different designs)
• Tote bags (in 3 different designs)

This project was also picked up & documented under “irememberSG” by National Library Board (NLB) under this episode of “Memory Makers”.

In this video, you’ll get to meet Uncle Lawrence Lim – Joanne’s uncle, whose autograph book contribution was a real gem because it was from the 1950s! You’ll also hear from Phoebe (of Carpenter and Cook), and also one half of the little dröm store’s owner – Stanley, about their thoughts on Singapore’s infamous 90’s autograph book movement.

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Close up of notebook with folded dog-ear – “Open if you have forgotten me”

Close up of notebook with opened dog-ear – “How could you forget me!”

art prints
Hand-screened art prints, printed in limited quantities. Each hand-signed by Jo. 5 different designs available.

Coffee tote
Roses tote
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tote bags
Hand-screened totes available in 3 different designs.

These series of products were done in collaboration with local graphic designer, Joanne Lim, in conjunction with our “Forget Me Not” – an autograph book exhibition. We hope this series of products, alongside with our exhibition will take you down memory lane as you reminisce on those sweet memories at school.
Products shown here are also available at our online store.

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