• I'm Peter Draw (B. 1984)


    As a child, I once believed that Picasso & Disney were the same person, and I spent my childhood drawing... dreaming one day I could be like this person.


    Growing up, I realised that not everyone can be a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere. I've lost loved ones, had my heart broken time and time again... but I continue to believe in love and believe that love can change the world.


    Some people don't spend their time being bothered that they can't change the world, because there's a part of them that thinks it's impossible.
    I choose to be bothered by that.


    I've devoted the last 16 years, the whole of my entire adult life making just one Art Work
    "Love don't have to make sense... to make sense"


    16 years later, it still feels like Day One.


    First, Love
    起点, 爱

  • Peter Draw

    New works

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  • "Peter's dedication of the whole of his entire adult life, drawing to protect children who cannot protect themselves, has warmed the hearts of many children and adults alike, including me.


    What you love has become your life. I hope your story will inspire even more people to find the courage to pursue and never give up on their dream."

    - Jackie Chan

  • About Peter Draw



    Peter Draw (Born Peter Zhuo Ying Wei 卓英伟, July 1984) is a Singaporean Artist whose art have touched the lives of people across Asia.


    Peter fell in love with drawing at the age of 3. At 6, he was kicked out of art class because he couldn't afford the fee. At 16, he lost his grandfather who taught him one last lesson - our loved ones cannot wait forever for us.. hesitate and we will lose our chance to show our love forever.

    Since then, he has devoted the whole of his entire adult life drawing to protect children who cannot protect themselves.


    Awards & Books

    4 Guinness World Records in Art:
    1 Oct 2007, Largest Caricature
    2 Oct 2010, Largest Art Lesson
    3 Oct 2014, Longest Drawing
    4 Oct 2014, Longest Drawing by Individual


    JCI Singapore:
    Outstanding Young Persons of Singapore 2008 - Contributions to Children, World Peace, Human Rights.


    - 2008, What Makes Me Happy
    (Supported by ASEAN National Secretariat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Singapore)
    - 2015, Draw On Love, Autobiography
    (Published by Marshall Cavendish)

    Selected Media

    "Becoming Singapore's Walt Disney"
    - The Straits Times


    - The Straits Times

    - Channel News Asia

    - Channel 5 News

    - Channel 8 News

    - Channel U News

    - 新明日报

    - 联合晚报


    Outside of Singapore

    - NTD TV, Indonesia

    - 中縣新聞網, Taiwan

    - 日刊スポーツ, Japan

    - La Nacion, Costa Rica

    - The Brunei Times, Brunei

    - Vietnam Art News, Vietnam

    - ABS CBN News, Philippines
    - The Myanmar Times, Myanmar

  • I believe..

    Being an Artist isn't a dream. It's about what I do as an Artist.
    I think that's what a dream is.

  • "It's true we can't protect every child. But for those we can, we must. This is why I draw." 


  • My dream

    One day, I hope to sit my children and grandchildren on a swing, telling them how a little boy who was told he couldn't draw went on to draw and change the world.


    Here are some stories I've been keeping for them :)


    I used to be just like them :)

    Fukushima, Japan

    Love can be found anywhere :)

    Alajuela, Costa Rica

    Everything we do, we do it with love :)

    Cape Town, South Africa

    We will never give up on our dreams :)


    It's the little things that truly make us happy :)

    Si Chuan, China

    Love can change the world right? :)

    Drawings I'm leaving behind for our children & grandchildren

  • From day one, it's always about the little ones

    I believe our future must be built on love.
    I'm shaping this future one Little Draw at a time.

  • Peter Draw & Little Draws & Red Sweaters

    Little Draws are Little versions of Peter Draw, making art to make people happy.

    Peter loves red at a young age.
    His late grandfather told him
    he looks good in Red

    Peter and Little Draws in red sweaters

    There's a reason why
    Little Draws have their own
    Red Sweaters

    Little Draws drawing at Malls, Museums & Hospitals to make people happy

    One day, children would put on a red sweater and believe they could draw and change the world

    Little Draws and their beautiful drawings :)

  • First, Love

    Everything changes, but nothing really changed.. Unless we do it with love.

  • About Ai

    The Inspiration Behind Ai


    When Peter was 6 years old (1990), Peter signed up for a free trial art lesson. On the actual day, Peter packed his little bag packed with sharpen pencils and walked to the art class by himself. When the Artist told everyone to bring along $20 for the next lesson, Peter told the Artist that his parents would not be able to afford the $20. The Artist told Peter to forget about drawing and kicked him out of the class.


    Peter stood outside the class, tie-toed to try to look through the tiny space between the window panels hoping to learn something. After a while, Peter's toes hurt and he ran home and cry. His grandfather asked him why is he crying. Peter asked why is he different from other children. His grandfather replied "Why do you want to be the same?"


    Grandfather then told Peter a story about how a little boy who was kicked out of art class because he was poor, believed in his dream and became a successful artist. Before he died, he created Disney Land. His name was, Picasso.


    Growing up, Peter believed that Picasso and Disney were the same person. Peter's grandfather didn't went to school, and made up the story to encourage Peter.


    This story inspired the creation of Ai.
    Ai represents the idea that no matter how we begin our life, we all eventually find love.



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  • Here's a little secret

    As a child, I love eating donuts. In Primary One, my teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up. She told me I needed to find another dream because she explained to me that nobody can grow up to be a Donut.

    I explained I love eating Donuts and if I became a Donut, i could eat it whenever I want to. She then asked me what happens when I finish eating myself and I told her confidently, I’m a kid... I didn’t think that far.


    Thankfully, I have a second dream and that is to be an Artist who makes art to make people happy.


    When you feel like giving up... don't.

  • Peter Draw's inspiring life story have been retold
    through a TV Documentary & Autobiography.

    ​Watch this space as we collaborate to find 
    new ways to share his stories to 
    reach and inspire even more people.

  • 30 Years From Now

    A real man in the dark, when nobody is watching, he's putting in the work. 
    30 Years from now, we will see who was really working.


    Some people don't spend their time being bothered that they can't change the world, because there's a part of them that thinks it's impossible.

    I choose to be bothered by that.



  • While I work on my new works for 2017

    I would love to hear from you regarding art and philanthropy.

    If you're a child who loves drawing, ask me anything. I'll teach you everything.

    You can reach me at: PeterDrawStudio@gmail.com or drop a message below :)