Red Dot Design Museum Shop and Other Pretty Features

Even if you don’t get to the museum, the museum shop itself is a feast for the eyes. Very tempting indeed.

I loved this bucket bag from afar but I didn’t like the rough texture upon closer inspection. Still adored the red and the shape.

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Smooth to tooth, leather journals. I am finicky about texture. Which is why I love moleskins, with their awesome paper quality.

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Very cute camera bag. But in reality I can’t take too heavy bags, as my shoulder blade aches quite a bit.

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Cute rabbit bags.

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Electric blue radio made in a kind of rubber material.

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The interior of the Red Dot Traffic building was a feast for the eyes as well. Absolutely loved the row of old fashioned uniquely Singapore, letter boxes.

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The museum store was actually in a space that used to be a corridor.

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Light bulb man.

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Hanging from the ceiling at the entrance of the museum store.

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The sweetest little bird.

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