Wild Dot is a botanical inkmaking studio that specializes in creating with natural pigments found across Singapore.
Using plants and upcycled waste found in Singapore, we make watercolours and living art pieces, as well as host Art with Nature experiences for people.
Stuck with packets of moldy blueberries, Shirin and Liz mashed and strained them into their first bottle of natural ink. This kitchen experiment kickstarted the duo’s research into natural pigments available in Singapore. Other than kitchen scraps, they also turned to material from forests, community gardens, even industrial waste yards. They co-started Wild Dot as a platform to document their inkmaking processes and the landscape of natural pigments in Singapore.