SGIFF x dröm: Royston Tan – 881
All prices are listed in Singapore dollars, SGD$.
W2.7cm x H3cm
The Little Dröm Store x Singapore International Film Festival celebrates quirky Singaporean traits as inspired by four local films. These phrases and icons are deeply entrenched in Singaporean culture and lay a backdrop for the stories that have become endearing to us. The sure sign of local pride is having one of these brooches pinned to your favourite outfit!
Collect all 4 in the series:
01. Royston Tan's 881 - "Huat Ah"
02. CheeK's Chicken Rice War - "Die Die Must Try"
03. Eric Khoo's 12 Storeys - "HDB"
04. Ong Keng Sen's Army Daze - "Siao On"
Inspired by Royston Tan's 881 (2007)
'Huat Ah' means to be prosperous. Singapore folks have always desired more luck and favour with spiritual beings, to be showered upon with blessings of prosperity and abundance. A celebration of our love for wealth and excessively superstitious behaviours.
Find out more about our collaboration here.
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