Community Mural

Small World Small Band left their artistic mark on this community wall, which was the first to be opened to the public. You will find here imprints made by the Minister of Culture and Fine Arts, H.E. Phoeurng Sackona, and others including Unions of Youth Federations of Cambodia President, H.E. Hun Many. It was completely filled-up during the first weekend and has become one of the most photographed murals!

Purchased by OV Investment*.

Land of Smiles 2

Titled Land of Smiles 2 (FONKi), this mural is based on the smiles of Yip and FONKi. Painted without the eyes to represent an anonymous universal smile, both images symbolize friendship between Singapore and Cambodia. This smile is also one of FONKi’s trademarks when he painted smiles across Cambodia in 2014.

Purchased by OV Investment*.

Community Mural

This community mural was painted by a collaborative effort involving Yip Yew Chong, members of the public, and students from the Royal University of Fine Arts who painted several features, including the apsara dancer!

Can you spot where Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn left his mark?

Purchased by OV Investment*.

Community Mural

Titled Savour Khmer (Yip Yew Chong), this colourful and playful mural hopes to make everyone crave and dance! Savour a wide variety of Cambodian cuisine and street food here!

Purchased by OV Investment*.

* Will be re-gifted to public spaces and institutions

As a continuation from the Street Art Fest++ and to commemorate the establishment of diplomatic ties between Singapore and Cambodia, there will be a series of mini-events throughout August to October 2020. Selected murals will be unveiled at the locations where they are installed. A commemorative event on 8 September 2020 will see the unveiling of the bilateral mural at its new permanent location – in front of the Singapore Embassy along Norodom Boulevard where members of the public will be able to enjoy it – as a lasting symbolic reminder of the longstanding bilateral relations between Singapore and Cambodia and their peoples.

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR PARTNERS, SPONSORS AND BENEFICIARIES FOR THEIR EFFORTS IN CELEBRATING THIS OCCASION WITH US.

Photo credits to Singapore muralist, Yip Yew Chong

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