Creativity is one of the top skills for the Future of Work. Our mission is to nurture a generation of socially and environmentally conscious earthlings who are equipped with the creative skills to survive and thrive in modern society.
Each issue is a collection of thought-provoking, eye-catching artworks created by over 30 visual thinkers and illustrators from around the world. Design to stimulate thought, nurture creativity and observation and engage readers in a visual conversation. Browse the issues.
We create animations based on the artworks from each issue. A series of animated facts and riddles released in conjunction with each new topic. Each animation highlights a different learning point in an entertaining and memorable way. You can see them here.
Want to experience the interactive version of the magazine? We designed and created a special digital edition of the INTERNET issue in collaboration with Singapore’s IMDA. This 15 min interactive journey merges gaming, quizzes and visual learning to talk to children about Internet Safety. Download the App here.
A series of workshops for both kids and kidults, built around hot topics and inviting participants to create their own thought-provoking communication pieces, sharpening fine-motor and creative thinking skills. Read more about GIF making and fake news collage.
Top class worksheets designed by leading creatives. These themed worksheets deconstruct world-class illustrations into activities to nurture creativity and promote active learning. We have made worksheets for other companies, museums, restaurants and even have a regular slot in the South China Morning Post supplement for children. See them here.
Expanding on the content from our magazine, we curate a range of exhibitions & pop-up experiences. Teaming up with museums, galleries and less conventional spaces to create memorable events and bring the world of EYEYAH! to life. See some of our previous shows here.
A fashion line inspired by hot topics, each piece of apparel in an artwork in itself. Available in select retail outlets such as National Gallery Singapore and Kids 21. Browse the collection here.