Feb 1st, 2012


It probably won’t surprise you to learn that I love nature, the arts and handmade things. A traditional tough love childhood

that seemed to be largely influenced by my family of interior designers, artist, old cinema poster canvas painters and prop

makers gave me a strong enough incentives to throw caution to the wind and open my online business inspired by the

contents of taxidermy.

It is gratifying to discover that I am far from alone in this taxidermy love.

Taxidermy is chic and unbelievably versatile. Whether your home is a gothic mansion or a modernist cube, or even a

shabby chic humble abode, you will be able to find something unusual for the corners or on your display shelves.


The choice of my brand name "White Antler" could well be the manifestation of a subconscious awakening - the subliminal

memory of a hunted deer antler hung on the wall of my childhood home in the historically rich and fabulously quaint

housing estate, post war flat at Tiong Bahru.

The antler was actually a gift to my father, from my late uncle, an artist who worked for the Singapore National Museum

and who painted one of the Singapore Stamps in the 1960s. The deer, the antler of which once belonged to, was hunted

by him during a trip overseas. Now, this antler has been handed down to me as a symbol of our family tradition and heritage.

White Antler is a tribute to my passed away uncle, a memento mori, a reminder of mortality.

A reminder that time is limited and impermanent. We should do the things we love, because life is too precious to spend

it doing anything else. Challenge your fear. Discover your passion in life and turn them into huge success.

Love yourself and love others.

Last but not least ~ Love life.


Making The Ordinary Less Ordinary,

For you and your love ones~


Yours Truly,

Linda Lim 

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