To love is to commit

Edwin says: "The phrase 一见钟情 (Love at first sight) is like the perfect love story. It speaks of the first encounters between lovers in which time stood still. It is passionate, romantic, momentary yet eternal. However, while we enjoy entertaining such ideas, 一见钟情 is not always realistic. I replaced the character 钟 with the similar sounding 忠 (loyal), to remind ourselves of the commitment and sacrifices required to keep love alive. To love is to commit."

Edwin Low is the founder of Supermama, a gallery shop located at the Singapore Art Museum. He is the lead designer behind Supermama’s many collections, including Singapore Icons, which was awarded the President’s Design Award in 2013. Fuelled by his love for traditional craftwork, Edwin advices many small and medium sized crafts facilities based in Japan, helping them construct strategies to remain competitive in the international market.

Good Sweat #10 /  一見忠情 
100% linen and embroidery
36cm x 36cm
1st edition of 100
Comes with a special limited Good Sweat 2016 calendar-poster.

Order Information:
Each hankie is available for S$42 each, or S$38 if you pre-order by the 4 December launch (S$228 for a set of 6). 

To pre-order, simply write to us at before 4 December. We'll advise on the invoice/payment via paypal and on the collection/delivery.
We'll be giving part of the proceeds to a charity.  

Good Sweat #8-12 is a series of 6 handkerchiefs, 6 designs, 6 inspirations, by 6 individuals with Neighbourgoods. Look out for the remaining 5 designs, coming soon in November/December 2015.

Good Sweat is an old-fashioned reminder that what matters is not the scale of the work or its reward, but to take care and to take pride in whatever we do. Good Sweat also celebrates the spirit of those who persist, however humble or challenging their job may be, in perfecting their craft.