You’ve seen the optical illusions at Trick Eye Museum, now there’s another 3D art spot for you to take photos at Resorts World Sentosa. Come catch the free artwork before it ends in January 2016.
Called “Story of Our City 3D”, the 3D street art runs from outside Trick Eye Museum all the way to Insadong Korea Town. At the centre of the piece, you’ll find the best photo-taking spot with images of Singapore’s skyline.
The 183.5 metres long art was unveiled on 11 December 2015 and is commissioned by regional broadcaster Channel NewsAsia. It broke the Guinness World Record for the longest anamorphic pavement art. The previous record (140.3 metres) was set on 14 September 2013 in Lelystad, Netherlands.
The artwork took a team of close to 50 artists, teachers, and students 11 days to complete. Master street artists, or Maestro Madonnari, Manfred Stader and Edgar Mueller from Germany and the team started the work from 30 November. The master street artists held a street art workshop before the project to share their knowledge of street art painting.
A documentary of the production of the record-breaking street art will be telecasted on Channel NewsAsia on 20 January 2016, 8pm. Remember to catch it.
Visit to the 3D street art is free and the work is on display until 22 January, 2016.
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