Singapore Streets Are Re-Imagined As Cult Films In Kult's 'Sin City' Tee And Tote Collection

The creative folks at Kult have a ‘Sin City‘ merchandise collection and double takes are necessary because you probably won’t see the little change in the iconic designs at first glance.

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Familiar yet different, we are loving these designs already. But wait, there’s more.

Foreign But Familiar

Here are some of our favourite picks from the ‘Sin City’ collection.

1. Mighty Morphin Punggol Rangers

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If Singapore had its own Power Rangers, it would make sense for them to reside in Punggol. Ample space to park the Megazords. IT’S MORPHIN’ TIME!

2. Teenage Newton Ninja Turtles

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Is Newton the place where people are releasing their terrapins? Is that what’s happening now?

3. A Nightmare On Oxley Road

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Well… we all know the nightmare that went down with regards to Oxley Road this year. Ahem.

4. Big Trouble In Little India

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Big Trouble In Little China, but different. To be fair, we had our own big trouble in Little India previously.

5. Serangoonies

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No, this is not an allusion to garang gunis. This is a reference to The Goonies movie back in 1985.

6. The Desker Chainsaw Massacre

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Desker Road is one of Singapore’s oldest red light district. Did Leatherface pass by?

7. Balestier Galactica

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We missed the “Balestier” in this one the first time we saw it and it was a confusing 5 seconds trying to figure out the local place in the print.

8. The Good, The Bad And The Ubi

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We need to see Clint Eastwood carry this bag just for the lawls. Anyone know his agent’s number?

9. Straight Outta Commonwealth

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A local film starring Sheikh Haikel, Shigga Shay, and Tosh Zhang. We’re kidding.

10. The Wolf Of Waterloo Street

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Did you notice “Martini Scorsese”? Bet you didn’t.

11. Brokeback Mountbatten

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We were thinking “Brokeback Mount Faber” but Mountbatten works too.

12. The Phantom Of The Opera Estate

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This is our absolute favourite. Broadway classics are the best! Anyone who says otherwise is entitled to their wrong opinion.

All tees go for $38 each while tote bags are $28 each. You may purchase them here.

We absolutely love the collection. Our only gripe is that there are only selected designs that are printed on both tote bags and tees.

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