Deaf artist celebrates Malaysia Day by giving his batik art a street edge

  • Arts
  • Thursday, 16 Sep 2021

For the 'PMC by Lim Anuar' collection, Lim painted a canvas of five Malaysian women - Malay, Chinese, Indian Iban and Kadazan - representing some of the different races and cultures in Malaysia. Photo: Pestle & Mortar Clothing

This Malaysia Day, deaf artist Lim Anuar will be seeing his signature batik works going beyond the canvas.

He has teamed up with streetwear brand Pestle & Mortar Clothing for a limited edition series called PMC By Lim Anuar.

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