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The best local artists to buy prints from

Liven up your bare walls with prints by these local artists

Dewi Nurjuwita
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Dewi Nurjuwita
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The first step to injecting some life into your home is to bring in some furniture with character and lots of plants. But to truly add your own personality into your space, you'd need to bring in some artworks or prints. And you don't have to look far, either. There are various artists in Singapore that have their original prints up – perfect for your gallery wall. Liven up your bare walls with prints by these local artists in Singapore. 

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Natasha Hassan
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Natasha Hassan

By day, Natasha is a content producer at Universal Music Group. At night, she dabbles in freelance projects with North East Social Club, Singapore Community Radio, SingLit and more. And now, she sells her own prints from a guide on how to make Nasi Kang Kang (from $15) to her Processing series (from $30) that have been digitally manipulated from a series of marble paintings she did in 2014. 

natashahassan.com/Shop

Hafi Jainal (hahahafi)
Photograph: Hafi Jainal

Hafi Jainal (hahahafi)

Describing herself as "a designer who draws," Hafi turned her bad dating experiences into a zine and series of quirky illustrations. And what a blessing they are. You can now have body-positive, cat-filled, vibrant paintings on your bare walls that remind you to look on the bright side of every situation. 

Spank Me ($130), which comes in a limited edition of 10, is an A2 print from Hafi's first solo exhibition, "Good Dates Bad Dates" and Minah Bunga ($80) is an A4 print for the cat lovers out there. 

hahahafi.com/Shop

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Djohan Hanapi
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Djohan Hanapi

The man behind risograph press Knuckles & Notch is a full-time illustrator himself. Djohan Hanapi's known for his sultry take on Disney Princesses we know and love, embracing the beauty of eroticism and subtle humour. Want one for your home? You can purchase some from The Everlusting Tales Series here

Ella Zheng
Photograph: Ella Zheng

Ella Zheng

A fan of Wong Kar Wai's films? Local designer and illustrator Ella Zheng collaborated with Knuckles & Notch for this 4 colour Risograph print of the characters from 'In The Mood For Love'. You can also purchase a postcard print for $5 instead.  

ellaisweird.com

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Heman Chong
Photograph: Heman Chong

Heman Chong

Heman Chong's work is located at the intersection between image, performance, situations and writing. Infuse some colour into your home with his prints Battle Royale, Alphaville, Funny Games and Alien, available at STPI's The Corner Shop. They're each priced at $2,056.07 and are available as a screenprint on paper. 

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