CONTACT WITH AN ACCOUNT MANAGER AT +65 8798 7142 OR EMAIL US AT TEAM@MARKETFORGOOD.COM
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Close
Filters
Search

Filter by:

Clear All
Min: $0.00 Max: $126.00
$0 $126

BAR & DRINKWARE

Sort by
Display per page

Reusable Metal Straws

Customisable Environmental-friendly Metal Straw with pretty and attractive designs. Add your logo and send an environmentally friendly message.
$3.00

Reusable Wooden Straws

This is a Customisable Environmental-friendly Wooden Straw, reusable and convenient to clean with your logo engraved. Show that you care about the environement with this practical gift.
$3.00

Leather Wine Carrier

Customisable Decent Stylish Portable Wine holder bag with handle and button lock which is easy to carry wine bottle. Elegant gift.
$10.00

Stone Coaster

Customisable Sustainable Coaster with large space to add your message or logo.
$8.00

Canvas Drink Insulating Sleeve

An insulating handmade cup holder, prevents the hand from getting burned or getting too cold from drinks.
$4.00

Coaster Set

Customisable Coaster Gift Set.
$18.00

Stemless Wine Glass

Customisable Stemless Wine Glass with your logo.
$18.00

Reusable Silicone Straw Kit

Customisable Eco-friendly Portable Reusable Silicone Straw.
$5.00

Reusable Silicone Bottle Cap

Reusable, Eco-friendly, Durable Customisable Silicone Bottle cover. Unique bulk-order gift.
$5.00

Reusable Silicone Bottle Cover

Reusable, Eco-friendly, Durable Customisable Silicone Bottle cover. Unique bulk-order gift.
$5.00

Stainless Steel Ice Cube Chillers

This is a safe, reusable and environmentally-friendly stainless steel ice cube set with 8 pcs of Reusable Stainless Steel Ice Cube Chillers.
$20.00

Whiskey Gift Set (Whiskey Glass, Stones, Tongs and Box)

This is a wooden box whiskey gift set with 8 reusable and environment-friendly granite ice cubes, 2 glasses of cups and 1 stainless steel.
$125.25

Wine Bottle Opener in a Wooden Gift Box

This is a Wine Bottle Opener in a wooden gift box.
$12.00

Reusable Silicone Bottle Cover

Reusable, Eco-friendly, Durable Customisable Silicone Bottle cover. Unique bulk-order gift.
$5.00

Stainless Steel Vacuum Sipper Can

This is a Customisable Stainless Steel Vacuum Sipper Can which is hot resistant, cold and hot preservation.
$8.00

Chill Rocks/Ball

Unique reusable alternative to chilling drinks.
$12.00

Hammered Copper Tumbler

Environmental-friendly Copper-ware cup which is unique as it is made by handcrafted.
$15.00

Electronic Wine Opener

Perfect gift for wine lovers.
$50.00

Heartgifts Acrylic Coasters ( Set of 4)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. One of a kind coaster set.
$88.00

Heartgifts Lacquerware Coasters

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. These coasters are uniquely designed. Different packaging are available.
$18.00

Heartgifts Unique Coasters (Set of 5)

Handcrafted by a visually handicapped person. Each coaster has a unique design. Useful gift from the heart.
$18.00

Heartgifts Colourful Coaster (set of 4)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. A colourful set that can liven up any table.
$20.00

Heartgifts Batik Hard Cup Coasters (Set of 2 / Set of 6)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Best functional gift for drinkware to show you care.
$12.00

Heartgifts Batik Soft Cup Coasters (Set of 2 / Set of 6)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Best functional gift for drinkware to show you care.
$14.00

Re-cycled Newspaper Coasters - Pack of 6 with Holder

Coasters made from old Newspaper
$12.00

Bagasse Cups

Eco-friendly, compostable partyware made from waste fibres of sugarcane.
$7.50

JTMUSES-enamel mugs (set of 2)-Taxis of SG

During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Do you remember the 70s when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean and the taxi cabs of old. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2. The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3. Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid-eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.
$40.50

JTMUSES-Esplanade-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Arts at the Esplanade-Artist illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Text: Music is to the soul what words are to the mind. | Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone Makes a great gift set. This mixed media piece is the second collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone. Catch a world-class opera or pop concert at Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. Most of its performances at the concourse are free.
$40.50

JTMUSES-Frosted Beer Mug-Esplanade-NDP

SG’s Iconic Past Present and Future PlayGrounds is the third collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong under a mentor/mentee arrangement. It uncovers glimpses of our past, present and future “playgrounds”. Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with. choice of 3 artist designs- see https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/tmp-artworks for other designs
$25.90

JTMUSES-Joo Chiat-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Joo Chiat shophouse - a Blast from the Past - Artist illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Do you remember when we celebrated Chinese New Year with loud firecrackers! We would welcome the lunar New Year by lighting up a long string tied to a bamboo pole from our balcony. See other designs available.
Submit email for pricing

JTMUSES-rabbit-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Rabbit 2023 -Artist-illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Enamel mugs mirror the past and are great for camping, outdoor lifestyle, and also in the office. Rabbit 2023 is collaborative piece of artwork by artists Douglas Leong and Joyce Tan, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. In the Chinese culture, the rabbit is known to be the luckiest out of all the twelve animals. It symbolizes mercy, elegance, and beauty. People who are born in the year of the rabbit are calm and peaceful. They avoid fighting and arguing at all times, but are artistic and have good taste in life.
$40.50

JTMUSES-shophouse-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Quintessential SG Shophouses -Artist-illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Enamel mugs mirror the past and are great for camping, outdoor lifestyle, and also in the office. Quintessential SG Shophouses is the first collaborative piece of artwork by artists Douglas Leong and Joyce Tan, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. Along Koon Seng Road, you’ll find some of Singapore’s prettiest heritage shophouses. Painted in elegant pastel hues and built in the early 20th century, Peranakan shophouses boast colourful Chinese-inspired art decor styles and wooden window shutters. The art piece is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements on the artwork. Peranakan elements by his mentor/artist jtmuses. His works have been given as awards during the Enabling Mark Awards launched nationwide on 28 Aug 2021 for 16 exemplary individuals and organizations!
$40.50

JTMUSES-shophouse-latte mugs - gift set of 2

Quintessential SG Shophouses -Artist illustrated latte mugs – Get a gift set of 2 at $39.90- comes with a kraft gift box with handles. Add $2.80 If you like drinking coffee a latte, not just a little, then this mug is for you! Great as a gift for any occasion! Quintessential SG Shophouses is the first collaborative piece of artwork by artists Douglas Leong and Joyce Tan, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. The piece was conceptualised by Joyce and Douglas was taught how to paint this piece under the watchful eye of his mentor. The subject of the shophouse was chosen because it showcases the quintessential Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is their attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The painting is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements on the artwork.
$39.90

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-Esplanade-National Day

NDP double-walled Thermal Mug (stainless steel) with QR code to National Day Songs Text: Music is to the soul what words are to the mind. | Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone This mixed media piece is the second collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone. Catch a world-class opera or pop concert at Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. Most of its performances at the concourse are free.
$29.60

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-Playgrounds of SG

SG’s Iconic Past Present and Future PlayGrounds is the third collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong under a mentor/mentee arrangement. It uncovers glimpses of our past, present and future “playgrounds”. Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with. choice of 3 artist designs- see https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/tmp-artworks for other designs
$29.60

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-shophouse

Quintessential SG Shophouses: artist illustrated Travel Tumbler Text: Bless All who Gather Here! Makes a great housewarming gift. Commute with it - fits in car holder This mixed media piece is the first collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist (DAA) Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. The subject of the shophouses was chosen because it showcases Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is his attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The art piece is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements. choice of 3 artist designs
$29.60

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-Shophouse-Firecrackers

A Blast from the Sixties! Remembering a Happy Noise! The shophouse is drawn by Mentee / PWD: Douglas: Elements of ladies in cheongsam by Jtmuses I remember my childhood days when we celebrated Chinese New Year with loud firecrackers! Dad would welcome the lunar new year by lighting up a long string tied to a bamboo pole from our balcony. Others did the same and soon the roads in the housing estate would be littered bright red! At night, we had to stuff the years of my baby brothers with cotton wool as the explosive sound of firecrackers would frighten them and wake them up.
$29.60

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug-taxis

During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Do you remember the 70s when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean and the taxi cabs of old. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2. The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3. Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid-eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.
$29.60

JTMUSES-time-latte mugs-gift set of 2

Artist illustrated latte mugs – Get a gift set of 2 - comes with a kraft gift box with handles. $39.90 - add $2.80 for packaging If you like drinking coffee a latte, not just a little, then this mug is for you! Great as a gift for any occasion! During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Do you remember the 70s when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean and the taxi cabs of old. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2. The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3. Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid-eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.
$39.90

Re-cycled Newspaper Placemats Square

Placemats made from old Newspaper
$12.00

12oz Charcoal HuskeeCup with Lid - Individual

A coffee cup made for cafes, home users, and coffee drinkers on-the-go. HuskeeCup features coffee husk as a raw material.
$22.00

Batik Bottle Carrier

A bottle bag for wine or water beautifully crafted from traditional Batik fabric.
From $21.00

Upcycled Cooler Wine Bag (billboard banners)

A classic bag design that keeps your wine cool and can securely hold 2 bottles.
From $42.00

Upcycled Cooler Esky (billboard banners)

A durable and versatile cooler bag made from upcycled billboard banners.
From $56.00

Pottery Teacup (single unit)

Handmade potter teacup
$10.00

Pottery Teacup 1

Handmade potter teacup
$10.00

Pottery Teacup 3

Handmade potter teacup
$10.00

Pottery Teapot 1

Handmade pottery teapot
$88.00

Pottery Teapot 2

Handmade pottery teapot
$88.00