One of the last bookstores in the city that specialises in Art & Design books.
Website
basheer-graphic-books.business.site
Address
Basheer Graphic Books, 231 Bain Street, Singapore, Singapore
Current city: Singapore
Darius Ou is a graphic designer based in Singapore.
 

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