Thursday 29 November 2007

A night at the museum


Last night, we were at the National Museum to see the works of GROOVISIONS, one of Japan’s leading and most provocative design teams. They were making a rare appearance to share their expressive talents and display retroactive designs and products. I particularly enjoyed their award winning motion graphics. Of course, we finally got the opportunity to see the much-loved and much-talked about icon, CHAPPIE, the affable, multi-dimensional Japanese celebrity character, designed and talent managed by GROOVISIONS.

Last week, I showed you the museum exterior, here's a peek at what it looks like inside...

Here's a view of the dome from the inside.

I like how the interior looks like an exterior.

After the exhibition, we walked to Fort Canning park which managed to look quite spooky at night!
This imposing building, Fort Canning Centre, used to be the barracks and headquarters of the British Army in the 1920s. It is now the home of the Singapore Dance Theatre.
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4 comments:

Amel said...

WOWWW!!! LOVELY pics again! I wanna know how to take good quality pics at night...I wanna take LOVELY pics of houses with lights coming out of the windows and a snowy background hmmmm...I should browse for photography tricks online he he he...

Anonymous said...

Hi Amel,
What I normally do is to play with the different functions like 'fireworks' 'night scene' etc and select the photos with the best effects. It really depends on the camera too. My camera is quite hopeless at taking good night scenes. CH's camera can take way better shots than mine at night!

Amel said...

Yeah, I've also tried the different features in my cameras, but it seems for night shots my camera needs a tripod to take good shots. It's a hassle to bring a tripod everywhere, though he he...but maybe I'll bring one tomorrow to my in-laws 'coz we're going there by car. I wanna take a GOOD shot of their house at night from outside he he he...

The World According To Me said...

Brilliant pictures!