Cat Socrates & Mint Museum of Toys
Best part about “re-uniting” with Kenji after all these years is to find a spontaneous photography buddy! Not to mention, my new friend, J – the unknowing victim who willingly jumped into our crazy whirlpool of film/digital SLR/DSLR/toy cameras after a spontaneous decision to meet in Taipei! Sooo… the 3 of us went on a little excursion last Saturday…
Cat Socrates is a bookshop that also carries a variety of tin toys, CDs, tote bags, notebooks, stationery and other zakka, with a tiny corner that serves coffee (for like only 6 people!). They’re organising a Space Tin Photography Competition, submission deadline 30th June, chekkit!
As we couldn’t get seats at Cat Socrates + it was getting too dark for some lomo action, we headed over to the Mint Museum of Toys for coffee. J getting trigger happy with his funny conversion lens (wide angle) that Kenji and him bought from Cat Socrates at only SG$8.50.
Mint Museum of Toys
p/s: They sell the funny lenses at Strapya World too, but at US$9+! Pricey!