For PM Lee, in your time of grief
His heart goes out to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and the Lees for their loss.
When he heard that Mr Lee Kuan Yew died on March 23, Mr Melvyn Koh decided to put his artistic talent to good use and give the PM a surprise.
A portrait of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew from his early days to his later years.
Mr Koh, 21, told The New Paper:
"I have always admired Mr Lee Kuan Yew since young.
"Even though to some people he seemed fierce, he still had that charming smile about him.
"At the end of the day, his sternness and determination in building a modern Singapore has paid off.
"He has molded this small country into what she is today."
Currently waiting to enter university, Mr Koh (below) hopes PM can see his artwork.
Here's the message he wants to tell PM:
"I'm deeply saddened by the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, our founding father of modern Singapore.
"He may not be with us now, but the people that you're leading, your fellow Singaporeans, will continue to make an effort in nation building, be it economically or socially, for his lasting legacy.
"I believe in you, PM Lee Hsien Loong."
Besides Mr Koh's work, here are five artistic works in honour of Mr Lee.
1) Tribute by AP Sreethar
Sandcastle at East Coast Beach. PHOTO: Jinny Wong