Singapore Art Map

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One of the major commercial capitals of the world, this thriving centre of commerce is home to the highest percentage of millionaires in the world, with one in every six households boasting no less than $1 million (US) in disposable wealth. Hopefully a copy of this lively multicoloured print will be hanging in every Raffles room within days, and we can join the legions of millionaires! 

Limited edition of 150 of each size

Important Info

  • Standard sizes for easy framing. Please click on the pictures below to see specific information about the different size prints.

  • Archival quality paper (192 gsm) & genuine Epson inks - lasting up to 200 years

  • Hand drawn, digitally coloured then signed, titled & numbered

  • Checked for quality and carefully packaged by hand

  • Fully refundable within 14 days if you're not 100% happy


Who Knew?

The name Singapore was derived from the Sanskrit word Sinhapura, meaning Lion City. Singapore was so named because Sang Nila Utama, who founded the country, thought he saw a lion when he arrived on what is now Singapore island. However recent studies suggest that lions would never have lived on the island, and it was more likely to have been a tiger. Oops! 

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