Coloring the Streets of Singapore


Singapore is known for being clean, green and orderly, but that doesn’t stop Zul Othman from painting the town. In fact, the street artist known as “Zero” thinks the city’s disposition makes his work even more interesting. Hit the pavement with a pioneering creator who’s expressing the human experience through images—and giving Singapore an edgy new look.

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About agogo22

Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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3 Responses to Coloring the Streets of Singapore

  1. I am surprised – and glad – that the administration tolerates him. They are said to be very fussy with their orderliness.

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