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Internationally acclaimed French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten sketched his answers when he was in Singapore over the Formula One weekend in September.
The Italian shoe designer, Giuseppe Zanotti, spent half an hour sketching on his desk using a black felt-tip pen and colouring markers ahead of his visit to Singapore in October.
The designer sketched his answers with a Sakura Pigma Micron pen in his New York office.
Chan, who is the creative director of creative consultancy WORK, sketched his answers with brush and ink in his office. He self-publishes WERK a magazine that explores design production.
The astrophysicist, whose book, ‘‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’’ was published in May by W.W. Norton & Company, sketched his answers in his living room with a Montblanc Meisterstück 146 fountain pen.
South Korean singer-songwriter sketched his answers to an interview with T.
The Los Angeles-based artists sketched their answers during their trip to Singapore for the launch of a capsule collection with Singapore retailer Surrender.
The silver-haired host of ‘‘Anderson Cooper 360°’’ on CNN sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office.
The actor from HBO’s most-watched first season, “Westworld”, sketched his answers using pen and pencil provided by the hotel he stayed at during his Singapore trip, in support of IWC and the Singapore International Film Festival last November.
The supermom with the blue bouffant, who stars in the animated sitcom "The Simpsons," currently in its 28th season on Fox, sketched her answers on a quiet day in Springfield in between cooking, cleaning and burping the baby.
British fashion designer and creative director at American label Coach sketched his answers during his time in New York.
The Grammy Award-winning, melismatic-voiced music icon, whose new reality series, “Mariah’s World,” airs on E!, sketched her answers with a Pilot fountain pen in her kitchen.
Cinema’s goth-quirk king has a new film, ”Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” out in September, and a recently self-published book of drawings titled ”The Napkin Art of Tim Burton.” He sketched his answers to our questions using pen, ink and watercolour.
The actor-director, who co-wrote and co-produced the upcoming animated film “Sausage Party,” in which he also voices a wiener fighting for his life, sketched his answers at home with Sharpies.
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