This is my office building at the heart of Singapore.
One day, this “gray thing” was installed for public safety while a dynamic lighting system was being installed for the façade of the company building.
While the structure was set-up, it began to “wear” some artwork – a guy dancing Gangnam-style, a little girl looking through a hole, a businessman carrying noodles.
The artwork wasn’t stagnant, it changed with the seasons too!
Around Christmas, the characters wore winter hats with Santa making his customary appearance climbing up a ladder. During Chinese New Year, giant red packets were hung all over the place and an artwork ATM had the sign “Huat-ah!” (meaning good luck in Singapore).
Just yesterday, I realised that the structure was being dismantled. And there it was – a sign-off message purposely made to look like the Looney Tunes (think Porky Pig) goodbye at the end of all its cartoons.
“That’s all folks…. Ya’ later”
What a cool way of finishing off the construction! That really brought me smile.
Thank you Art, for creating a humanised construction site experience over the last 6 months when it could have easily been a dull and annoying one.
Art tells us stories.
Art brings us a smile.
Art indeed creates an experience design.