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Celebrating S'pore and supporting art

S'pore Heritage watches created by Arbutus and HK artist to benefit BT BAF
Friday, October 3, 2014 - 05:50
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Artist at work: Arbutus has released a set of 12 unique mechanical timepieces whose dials have been painted by Ms Chung (above) and art students of 10square @ Orchard Central. Some of the themes are Durian, Singapore Never Sleeps and Shophouses.
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Artist at work: Arbutus has released a set of 12 unique mechanical timepieces whose dials have been painted by Ms Chung and art students of 10square @ Orchard Central. Some of the themes are Durian, Singapore Never Sleeps (above) and Shophouses.
BT_20141003_PARBUTUS29NR_1299691.jpg
Artist at work: Arbutus has released a set of 12 unique mechanical timepieces whose dials have been painted by Ms Chung and art students of 10square @ Orchard Central. Some of the themes are Durian (above), Singapore Never Sleeps and Shophouses.
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Artist at work: Arbutus has released a set of 12 unique mechanical timepieces whose dials have been painted by Ms Chung and art students of 10square @ Orchard Central. Some of the themes are Durian, Singapore Never Sleeps and Shophouses (above).

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