Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Underpass art

There're always some art installations in the underpass going to the Esplanade. It's called the tunnel.

The medium is paper, specifically storybook pages. Out of this paper comes pop out 3D art with a heavy penchant towards teddy bears. Painstaking, meticulous, mostly miniature, except for this big paper teddy bear with a crinkly red bow.

The creator, Cindy Harjatanaya from Indonesia, uses storybook scrap paper to depict the idea of children's perception between reality and fantasy. By bringing these fabled characters to real life, she blurs the line between reality and fantasy.

ABC Wednesday round 5


  1. art in UNUSUAL places. Good concept; I'm in favor.

  2. How unusual! I like this a lot! Looks wonderfully fun.

  3. That is indeed unusual! I've never seen anything like that! And in an underpass, too ... I would be amazed.


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