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Singapore artist illustrates yummy local delights in watercolour

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"

“Sketch of Chempedak Crumble at Grain Traders yesterday. – William Sim”

 

"My lunch - Braised pork bun at Bao Makers along Horne Road - 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"

“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"

“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"

“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.

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