$39.00 SGD

The temples of Angkor are adorned with mythical beings and creatures from Cambodia's Hindu past. Most common are the Nagas (many-headed dragons), the Singha (lions) and the Dvarapala (door guardians), but if you are patient enough, you might be able to spot a Makara (half-elephant-half-crocodile sea creature) or two, and even a stegosaurus-like creature that has kept Angkorphiles guessing as to what it is.

(Anti-clockwise from top left - Naga, Singha, Reachisey, Kinnara, Hanuman, Dvarapala, Gauruda, and the 'Stegosaurus' of Ta Phnom temple.)

Illustrated by artist Joshua Chiang. His vivid imagination brings a refreshing take on what's peculiar in Cambodia. This illustration is part of the 'Candid Cambodia' series and the artist's wider collection of 'Pile Up Art'. Stay tune for more!

© Copyright 2017 Joshua Chiang

Printed on premium quality art paper

Size: A3 (Portrait)  29.7cm x 42cm


Each art print comes in a clear cello protective sleeve with a backboard.


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