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Monday, December 03, 2007

The Arts House - walls that changes colours!

I think it is an attention seeker thingy when buildings shine different colour lights to its walls. Well, for me, I have this tendency to stand there and gaze at it until the full cycle of colours finishes.

Here's some colours that I manage to capture on my camera a few nights ago.

Bloody Red....



Purple monster.....



Cool Blue....



The original colour!



By the way, if you are interested, head down to this very building for the Singapore Writers Festival. It runs from 1 - 9 December 2007.

Talking about Writers, who is your favourite writer?

8 comments:

ro_pumpkin said...

very nice captures . i think that too many buildings or other places in singapore are using these changing colours . it's nice but too "in your face" approach .

Gwen said...

There is a building here that has this same color changing.

Denton said...

Their attention seeking effort appears to work ... In my home town two of the newest buildings have started something very similar to this. I found it funny that, as a marketing effort, the owner of a very old building, which is he trying to sell for revitalization, placed similar lighting on his building.

Olivier said...

très bonne idée , ce jeux avec les couleurs. Pas loin de sir Wahrol.
Mon écrivain préféré est Raymond Queneau.


Very good idea, playing with colors. Not far from Sir Wahrol.
My favorite writer is Raymond Queneau.

zakscloset said...

what a great idea!!!!! i think i like the bloody red...shows the personality!?!?!?

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great photos.

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog. As for the bridge being icy & slippery, it was, that's why I didn't get too close to take more photos (didn't want to slip into the creek - since I couldn't see what the bank looked like under the snow!).

momo said...

Kind of like that Purple Monster.

• Eliane • said...

It's Warholesque, your post! How fun!!!

Favorite writers? So many and they change all the time. If pressed, I would say: Le Clézio (for the French) and Paul Auster (for the English language).