28 days to go
28: Punggol Green Primary School chose the number "28" as Singapore is hosting the 28th SEA Games this year. All 36 sports and 11 participating nations are represented as individual iconic silhouettes.
The silhouette cut-outs are housed in a circular frame made of recycled toilet roll cores. The exterior of the toilet roll cores are painted with the SEA Games logo by the Primary 3 students (above).
Under focused lighting, the artefact presents itself as a play of light and shadow, representing the dynamism of how the athletes of different nationalities come together in the spirit of the Games.
28: Feng Tianwei will be Singapore's only Olympic medallist starring at the 28th SEA Games.
The 28-year-old (above) won a bronze in the women's table tennis singles at London 2012, as well as a team bronze. At Beijing 2008, she had also won a team silver.
Next month, local fans will get to see the world No. 4 in the women's singles, doubles and team events.