Trick Eye Museum Singapore

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Hi there!

Going to museums has always been my favorite. Although I’m not really that artistic, I find it peaceful going to such places. Anyway, museums shouldn’t be always labelled as boring because, well, they are absolutely not! But I know we are all different people with different preferences so if going to museums bores you,  at least you should try and go to Trick Eye Museum!

According to their website,

The name, Trick Eye, comes from the shortened form of the term ‘Trick of the Eye’. It refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images. Through the use of optical illusions, three-dimensional paintings on the surfaces of the museum walls, floors and ceilings come alive. The museum offers various themed galleries where visitors are invited to take part and are more than welcome to explore with their eyes, hands and definitely cameras! Step inside the paintings and complete a visual narrative with your creative poses. Through the lens of your camera, a surprisingly tricky story will unfold. Create unforgettable memories at Trick Eye Museum with your friends and family. Be ready for a time of fun and laughter, all with a dose of education and culture.

More info in this link: About Trick Eye Museum

Yes, it is an interactive kind of museum that kids and ehem, kids at heart will surely enjoy, especially if you love taking pictures! There’s no Trick Eye Museum yet in the Philippines but don’t worry since we have our very own tada Art In Island (hopefully me and my friends can go over there this coming 2016).

Here are some of my favorite snaps! :)

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This was taken outside the museum. Happy Trick Eyeing!

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The ballerina and me.

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Mowdelling.

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Abby in wonderland.

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I remember painting this one back in middle school and now I am in the painting as well, char!

And tada! Group shots.

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Oh, by the way, if there is one thing you should’t do here is to wear skirts. Wear shorts or pants instead so that you can just roll over the floor whenever you want and look for that perfect shot you’re aiming for! And of course, have fun just the way we did!

Share your thoughts below if you also enjoyed Trick Eye just like me. Teehee.

Lovelots,

Abby

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