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Winner of SG50 Design-A-Tee competition announced

SINGAPORE — A design portraying Singapore’s image as a food paradise — with drawings of iconic dishes here - has been picked from 1,600 entries to win MediaCorp’s T-shirt design contest.

Mr Lim Hang Kwong. Winner of the Design-A-Tee Competition

Mr Lim Hang Kwong. Winner of the Design-A-Tee Competition

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SINGAPORE — A design portraying Singapore’s image as a food paradise — with drawings of iconic dishes here - has been picked from 1,600 entries to win MediaCorp’s T-shirt design contest.

The Design-A-Tee contest, which was launched by MediaCorp last month in collaboration with Denizen and SG50, sought to “unearth the definitive Singapore t-shirt which is designed by Singaporeans for Singaporeans”.

The judges shortlisted 20 entries for the public to vote, and the design, titled Makan Till Shiok!, received the highest number of votes. The entry was submitted by Mr Lim Hang Kwong, 31, a freelance concept designer. “The food theme highlights Singapore’s diverse food culture. I initially wanted to draw 50 food varieties to commemorate SG50 but I realised that 50 were not enough,” said Mr Lim, who received S$8,000 cash and S$2,000 worth of Denizen vouchers for his winning entry. Four other entries - which received the highest number of votes - were awarded a consolation prize of S$1,000 cash and S$1,000 worth of Denizen vouchers each.

The five designs will be officially unveiled by MediaCorp artistes at the Celebrate SG50 Countdown show on Dec 31 at Marina Bay Floating Platform. Concert-goers can buy their favourite design on site at the Denizen booth at a special price of $15 per piece with 10 per cent of the proceeds going to charity. The designs will also be sold at all Denizen stores.

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