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Illustrations for ‘Jack & Alice’ in ‘Stories in The End’

The Substation

2013

A series of five illustrations for ‘Jack & Alice’ by Eric Low, as part of The Substation‘s ‘Stories in The End’, a collection of modern-day fairy tales surrounding love, identity, and belonging. The collection, featuring stories written by Tania De Rozario, Ng Yi-Sheng and Eric Low, was launched in conjunction with the Singapore Writers’ Festival 2013.