Malaysian artist transforms store room into a 'spaceship'

Ahmad transformed his tiny storeroom in his low-cost flat in Kuala Lumpur into a spaceship cockpit and command centre. Photo: Ahmad Fathil Zakaria

What can you do with a tiny room? Not much, you might think. But with the power of imagination, anything is possible.

Just ask self-taught artist Ahmad Fathil Zakaria. With just a few cans of paint and a creative vision, he turned his storeroom in his KL low-cost flat into a spaceship flying through the cosmos.

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