As the CSM show was by South Bank I was only too pleased to be walking around one of my favourite parts of London. It's been way too long since I was down there and we're planning on going back there soon to see the Walking in my mind exhibition at the Hayward Gallery. Yoshitomo Nara's one of the artists - woohoo!!
I've seen something like that on a tree in Singapore before. Maybe it's from the same designer or something. But the water fountain looks really neat! Does it move from top or bottom?ReplyDelete
My parents have been to London last weekend an my Mom told me about the polkadotted trees, they were there when they were just installed. I really like the idea, do you know what the artist is called?ReplyDelete
I did not make it to Southbank last time I was in London, I probably should put it on my list for my next visit.
I think the artist is Yayoi Kusama. It was for the Singapore Biennale project.ReplyDelete
da earbuddz: the water comes from the bottom, it's shaped like a square with four sections in it. the water is timed so you can in theory go inside it without getting soaked... or you time it all wrong and you get drenched!ReplyDelete
ktinka: the artist is yayoi kusama, check her work out here: here.
and yes, south bank is a must for your next visit!
love that thank you sign ... i noticed it on second glance and it just adds a little something to an already interesting photo.ReplyDelete
what a fun walk!! That first photo is so good! and a sand ear?! amazing!ReplyDelete
That first picture is like a dream, I think it's so fascinating!ReplyDelete
Nice shoes!! And I love the sand-ear, haha!
you've got such a great eye! love looking at your pictures. my first time here.ReplyDelete
Cool set of photos, love the polka dot wrapped treeReplyDelete
i thought it was yayoi kusama's tree! the 1st photo is gorgeous. oh and i'm also a yoshitomo nara fan. jealous!!!ReplyDelete
could please tell me what camera do you use? i would like to bu one and i can not decide which one...
hey y'all! thanks for your comments!ReplyDelete
francesca: I took these with a canon ixus 980is. it's a great little compact for when I don't feel like lugging my canon eos 400D around!