Singapore artist William Sim is well known for his watercolour paintings, especially his Merchant of Happiness series. Recently, the jovial and cat loving artist have been documenting Singapore and South-east Asian cuisines in a small watercolour book and sharing it with his Facebook friends. It is almost like a food diary, illustrated beautifully in watercolour.
Here are some photos from his food journey.
“Sketch of Chempedak Crumble at Grain Traders yesterday. – William Sim”
“My lunch – Braised pork bun at Bao Makers along Horne Road – William Sim”
“Sketch of my afternoon tea at Tiong Bahru Cafe CK Tang – William Sim”
“Trying my coconut long black drink at this cafe at Bedok, impressed with the service of this cafe, guess I will be coming back again. – William Sim”
“Cafe sketching at Chong Wen Ge today with my Cafe Sketching friends, lovely place here… – William Sim”
Doesn’t all his paintings look delicious? Looking at them makes me crave for these delights.
You can view more of William Sim’s paintings at his Facebook Page.