Family Art Exhibition by Killer Gerbil

Singaporean clothing brand Geseho recently hosted an exhibition for popular local artist Killer Gerbil. The event took place amidst the Geseho car garage with the pieces on sale contributing to further development of Killer Gerbil’s worldwide coverage.

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Singaporean clothing brand Geseho recently hosted an exhibition for popular local artist Killer Gerbil. The event took place amidst the Geseho car garage with the pieces on sale contributing to further development of Killer Gerbil’s worldwide coverage.

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