Singaporean musicians died at 79

Here are 1 famous musicians from Singapore died at 79:

Michael Stringer

Michael Stringer (July 26, 1924 Singapore-March 7, 2004 Eastbourne) also known as John Michael Stringer was a Singaporean production designer, film art director, painter and illustrator.

Stringer started his career as a painter and illustrator after studying at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. He then moved on to become a production designer and art director for films, working on various notable productions such as "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes" (1970), "Murder on the Orient Express" (1974), and "Superman" (1978). He was known for his exceptional attention to detail and his ability to create a visually stunning cinematic experience for audiences.

Stringer also had a successful career as a painter and his works have been exhibited in various galleries in London and New York. He was particularly known for his colorful and imaginative abstract paintings.

In addition to his work in film and painting, Stringer was also an accomplished illustrator, working on numerous book covers and children's books throughout his career. His illustrations were playful and whimsical, reflecting his love for fantasy and science fiction.

Stringer passed away in Eastbourne, England in 2004 at the age of 79, leaving behind a legacy of outstanding work in the fields of film, painting, and illustration.

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