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Sunday, July 27, 2008

National Museum of Singapore. oh how colourful...

I only took 9 photos of the transformation. For each change you got to wait 5 mins. My legs were tired. ;-)

Can you spot the big butterfly?



This looks like a chalk board.



Hmm batik?



Hope you enjoyed it. I wonder how many different patterns are there...

12 comments:

• Eliane • said...

I love this! The second one looks like a new addition to Philippe Starcks Ghost collection. You know, to match his Ghost Chair... ;)

brian said...

very colorful!

Sally said...

Fabbo - this is like what they did all along Macquarie St at Christmas/New year. You see some familiar buildings in an entirely new , well, light!

About David Jones: yes! You are so right about the woman wearing the houndstooth "logo"/imagery of DJs! It is a bit less so these days,and the staff don't wear it (plain balck and white these days) but here is an echo on their store credit card!
http://www.davidjones.com.au/djcard.jsp

J.C. said...

Wow, these are beautiful! I know we can change the skins for our Windows Media Player....but never cross my mind that a building can also have the same treatment!

Saw the butterfly in the first pix. Am I right?

Do show us more skins if you have the opportunity to be there again!

Mockingbird said...

beautiful chromolithe :)

babooshka said...

So amny wonderful views of one building. My favorite is the first, but I am a fan of purple.

Olivier said...

je préfère la première version, avec cette couleur pourpre

I prefer the first version, with the color purple

Ming the Merciless said...

Cool effects!! It's all in the lights, right?

Lara said...

amazing! how did they do that? I bet it was worth your legs getting tired!

Anonymous said...

Cool ...
Want to bring my kids there ...
Thanks for the info.

Mo2

Stardust said...

Brilliant!! I didn't know that the NM plays chamelon too!! Beautiful pictures!!

architecture photographer singapore said...

OMG....totally gorgeous pic...