On the 6th of November 2013, DBID Year two students visited Third Floor Hermes at Orchard. To their surprise, it wasn’t to see how innovative the company is or to view their diverse range of luxury products – it was to appreciate art. They were there to see Show Flat 04 by the Hong Kong artist, Stanley Wong, also known as ‘anothermountainman’. The students were amazed by the space that was transformed into the colours of tarpaulin – a material seemingly so cheap that you would never expect it to be associated with a big named brand like Hermes. Tarpaulin intricately designed as vases, beds, stools, flags, and even a guestbook gave the students a deeper understanding and greater appreciation of art and how today’s most celebrated artists are inspired by the simple things around us.