City Plaza is one of the older mixed-use shopping malls in Singapore. It dates back to the early 1980s; not so old to some of us! Its stock in trade is its warm, oblique banding, easily seen from Orchard Road. In other words, it's branded by bands. 
The backdrop suggests work. The action suggests play. Let's not confuse the two. Work is work, and play is play, and never the twain shall meet. Then, again, this young scholar looks like he is working hard at play. 
Crashes to ashes, and rust to dust: that's what happens to the auto primeval, known as the beetle. For old VWs, it's the end of the road. Like their drivers human, none knew how long the road was, and few thought they would end up in Oxford, Alabama. 
Define palette: "a thin board on which an artist mixes colors." Use palette in a sentence: "When using palette in a sentence, make sure you don't mean palate or pallet." Discuss the etymology of palette: derived from the Latin word "pala" which means "spade" or "blade." 
Define pigment: "a powdered substance that is mixed with liquid and used to impart color." Use pigment in a sentence: "The greatest masterpieces were once only pigments on a palette." (Henry Hoskins) Discuss the etymology of pigment: derived from the Latin word "pigmentum," meaning "coloring matter." 
Define economic base: "any industry that brings money into a community." Use economic base in a sentence: Art is part of the economic base of Sosua. Discuss the etymology of economic base: derived from two Greek words, "oikonomia" meaning "household management" and "basis" meaning "pedestal" (which is where we should put the arts). 
Define gringo: "a white person from an English-speaking country." Use gringo in a sentence: "All gringos look alike." Discuss the etymology of gringo: probably derived from "griego," the Castilian word for "Greek" as a signifier of someone who does not speak Spanish properly.