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You may have seen some colourful trishaws plying the Marina Bay area; this is Andrew Loh’s ’See. Feel. Dream Again.', which involves re-imaging a traditional mode of transport, the Singapore trishaw. This installation aims to recapture the carefree fun of riding and being ridden around in a trishaw, presenting a fresh way of seeing our iconic cityscape along with an engaging experience to create new memories. To Andrew, the Singapore cityscape represents our aspirations and dreams. With…

You may have seen some colourful trishaws plying the Marina Bay area; this is Andrew Loh’s ’See. Feel. Dream Again.', which involves re-imaging a traditional mode of transport, the Singapore trishaw. This installation aims to recapture the carefree fun of riding and being ridden around in a trishaw, presenting a fresh way of seeing our iconic cityscape along with an engaging experience to create new memories. To Andrew, the Singapore cityscape represents our aspirations and dreams. With…

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"Fold For Peace" in Japan by swiss designer, Anouk Vogel. According to ancient Japanese legend, anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes is granted a wish by a crane. Anouk Vogel uses a lack of color to catch the eye and to represent peace.

"Fold For Peace" in Japan by swiss designer, Anouk Vogel. According to ancient Japanese legend, anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes is granted a wish by a crane. Anouk Vogel uses a lack of color to catch the eye and to represent peace.

design: Brut Deluxe / Ben Busche. video by: ImagenSubliminal. Directed by: Rocío Romero. more…

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