DNA Singapore

DNA Singapore

SKU: ESYL/21/08/01

The Helix bridge is the design Singaporean can be proud of. It is the longest pedestrian walk bridge that provides both practical and aesthetic purposes. It provides quick access to Marina Bay Sands for
pedestrians coming from the Esplanade and the City Hall area. At the same time, a walk along the bridge offers impressive views of the city skyline.


It represents the Singapore Spirit that is hopefully embedded in the DNA of all Singaporeans. The idea of coming together as one Singaporean, having an appreciation of diversity while being tolerant of every race, religion and nationality, as well as providing support for one another either in good times or bad times.


Eugene Soh Yew Lin (1963)


21CM X 78CM
Frame width: 6CM

  • Artist Biography

    Eugene is a self-trained artist with a BA in Mathematics from the National University of Singapore. Eugene admires the artistic style of Van Gogh and Raymond Lau. To him, art is everywhere: from the depository of his memories of travelling with his wife to the expression of his deep faith in God, the mainstay of his artistic inspiration. Eugene was one of the 13 VSA artists selected for the 1999 Maybank-VSA Pair With An Artist Programme, with Singapore artist Raymond Lau, as his mentor. In 2000, Eugene was also one of the 7 VSA artists chosen to participate in the Hakaren Gallery-VSA “Five Elements” exhibition at Sheraton Towers (Singapore). The model for the 1994 “Disabled But Not Unable” National Disability Campaign organised by the National Council of Social Service, Eugene does not let anything slow him down.