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  • Kevin Foster

    Melted Superman by artists Eric Foenander and Steve Lawler Some "Man of Steel"

  • Madaline Marrar

    Incredible art piece created by Mojoko and Eric Foenander. Titled "No One Can Save Us Now" is in the front lawn of the Singapore Art Museum.


    Currently on display until April 15th, 2012 at the Singapore Art Museum is a large sculpture of a melted Superman titled “No One Can Save Us Now.” The piece was created by artists Eric Foenander and Mojoko as part of the exhibition: The Singapore Show: Future proof. The piece is a comment on current global warming conditions and the un-optimistic view that there is little hope for the future.

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    Mojoko and Eric Foenander #superman #art #sculpture

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