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Giving everyday objects a fresh spin

The retail arm of the National Heritage Board has launched a series of lifestyle products in distinctive designs created by 40 Singaporeans

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Key chains called Staples by Roy Poh.

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Tiffany Loy's Everyday Tote.

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Lee Peiqi with her Red Dot watch.

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Jamie Yeo and her My Smelly plush toy.

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Jonathan Yuen with his Bountiful key chains.

WHAT do a T-shirt, a timepiece, a bag, a plush toy, a charm, a vase, a box and an accessory have in common?

They are all everyday objects that we don't think much about. But in the hands of a group of local designers and artists, these objects take on a fresh, new look.

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