heritage murals

  • For Commissioned :Singapore River One

Commissioned by Singapore River One| Supported by the Singapore International Foundation & Singapore River One |
site: Coleman Bridge, Clark Quay

role: Curator, Lead Artist |
Assisted by Belinda Low |

Photo by Adam Forch

" Life and death exist in the same spaces, the city skyline rests precariously along those lines " |

Photo by Adam Forch

" A tribute to the Samsui women, early migrants from China whom built the banks of our rivers " |

Photo by Adam Forch

" Fragile nature of our ecosystem that we must preserve " |

Photo by Adam Forch

" Early princess of our fishing villages before British ships came ashore "

Collage of the 90m long tunnel

Mural about namesake of Clark Quay, Sir Andrew Clarke" |
Site: façade of Whampoa Ice House located adjacent to the G-MAX Reverse Bungy Kiosk |

Role: Mural Designer | Mural Execution: Redzuan Salleh & team| Produced by Social Creatives Ltd

Photo credit: Adam Forch

Mural on ethnic tapestry at Ponggol 21 Community Centre 2015 |
Supported by PA, Punggol |
Role: Project Lead, Mural Designer | Produced by Social Creatives Ltd

Mural on ethnic tapestry at Ponggol 21 CC Community Centre 2015 |
Role: Project Lead , Mural Designer | Produced by Social Creatives Ltd

Title: “A Different Kind of Sunset” |
Supported by Singapore River One |
Role: Project Lead, Mural Designer