Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Family bonding - trick eye museum in Singapore - for all ages -

Whenever my cousin from Australia visit, I always wonder where else to bring him. Since he comes to Singapore so often. I am glad that now I have somewhere other than universal studio. 

Trickeye Museum at RWS.

Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. With that, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life. Step inside the paintings to complete a visual narrative with your creative poses, and watch a “tricky” story unfold before your camera.

I'm a lover of 3D art and for Trick Eye at RWS, its great that its spacious so children and adults can explore each art together! Many thanks to RWS for having us.

* Only thing to be improved on is probably fans for the people waiting in the queue or use the system like our eateries. Let people go and explore the rest of the area then when its 10 minutes to their turn to return back.

Most important thing to do!
For those who are more shy to ask others to take a picture for you, you can also loan a selfie stick for free at the entrance. YES! FREE!

Where everyone of all ages (yes even babies) can be part of this illusions.

Where guys can live their dreams for once (haha) caught in action by wife.

 In the arms of a handsome 'man'

 Yes. Live their dreams and show their hidden desires.

Where girlfriends for once can tower over their boyfriends.

where children can live their dreams. Free willy.

For everyone to explore adventures one would not dare to (if not for this)

Where magic is in the air (with the person)

And for 'sadistic ' people who showcases their ermmm.. i don't know. haha.

And children who " I don't know"

where one can compete in the Olympics for once!

Where we are reminded to be thankful for being in Singapore, safe from disasters.

where one can return to the child in them - just like those in the stories.

Could be a great place for couple shots :)

Once again, thank you RWS Trick Eye Museum for having us. We had lots of fun!

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