Recognizing talent where talent's due

Your everyday commute just got a lot more meaningful. In partnership with the Pathlight Artist Development program, EZ-Link has launched two limited edition ez-link card designs, to support special needs student artists in Singapore. Comprising two series—the Dino Series and the Singapore Shophouses Collection—the collaboration was forged to promote inclusivity of individuals with autism.

Available in six colorways, the Dino Series was created by See Toh Sheng Jie from Pathlight.
The designs in the Singapore Shophouses Collection were created by Glenn Phua, Jonathan Cai and Muhammad Khairul Bin Asmi respectively to spotlight Singapore's heritage and architectural icons.

The Dino Series cards will retail at $8 each, while the Singapore Shophouses Collection will be available as a set of three for $15, or $12 each with $7 load value. No it’s not just you—the pricing is indeed a little tricky to wrap your head around, but hey, it’s for a good cause: Part of the proceeds from the sale of the ez-link cards will go towards the ADP to fund programs that support developing these individuals’ artistic talents. Plus, the student artists who designed the cards will earn well-deserved royalties from every sale.

For a close-up look at the designs, head to the “Art for Autism: All Things Singapore” public art exhibition at the Fullerton Hotel Singapore, where both collections will be displayed from now until Aug 31.

You can pick up the Dino Series and the Singapore Shophouses Collection now at the My EZ-Link Online Shop, or at TransitLink Ticket Offices starting Aug.