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In this new travel video series, Nessa gets inspired by post-worthy photos on social media, hunts down panoramic locations on her motorcycle, and sources out the stories behind them.
We celebrate colour and the vigour of life by exploring amazing urban murals and graffiti found in the back alleys of Singapore, in this episode of #artsyalleys!
She rides through the Little India alleys that are have bounteous vibrancy, not only of street art, but character as well.
Little India - home to Mustafa Centre, the most famous 24-hour shopping centre in Singapore - is also the base of fascinating graffiti, both by international and local artists. Walk with Nessa through the vibrant villas of Kerbau Road, and the alleys of Rowell Road, Veerasamy Road and Belilios Lane. Take pictures with the charming artworks of our local artists Kyerule and Psyfool.
Belilios Lane is also featured as part of the ArtWalk in Little India, where tradition and culture is explored through artistic expression and colourful murals. Watch Episode 1 of InstaScram to see which murals are featured!
Hunt for more nostalgic murals at Everton Road, where artist Yip Yew Chong interprets his memories of old-school Singapore in various portrayals. It is only befitting that an actual resident of Everton Road would be the one to bring us down memory lane. Look out for his ‘Ah Ma’ and ‘Barber’ murals in the episode, and hunt for his latest artwork just around the corner!
Mr. Yip adds to his repertoire of murals in 2015 by illustrating a ‘Provision Shop’ near Spottiswoode Park Road. He also has other murals in Upper Changi Road painted on a bungalow, and in Tiong Bahru as well.
Everton Road is also the spot for an alley-full of SG50 murals. Explore these incredible alleys to find out where they are!