Sneakertopia: Meet 3 Singaporean creatives making their mark on street culture here

(Clockwise from left) Fashion designer Josiah Chua, urban art duo Huru Hara and founder of Aliveform Pek Shun Ping. PHOTOS: JOSIAH CHUA, PEK SHUN PING, ST FILE
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SINGAPORE – As part of Sneakertopia at the ArtScience Museum, 17 local artists across disciplines ranging from fashion to urban art were invited to showcase their works among international heavyweights.

The Straits Times speaks to three creatives on their ties to the street culture scene.

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