3D anamorphic illusion brings the beach to the mall

Pasay-based SM Mall of Asia tapped Singaporean artist Ben Qwek to recreate the summer sun and the beach fun at the mall through a large 3D anamorphic art. 

The MOA Art Land, which opened on June 10 at Central Atrium, lets mall-goers take fun photos with the beach ball and sand castle, and on the banana boat, dive boat, float, and lounge chair illustrated on the floor. 

Qwek, the artist who created the huge installation, specializes in illustration and 3D anamorphic art. He has worked and collaborated with Unilever, Singapore Tourism Board, Nickelodeon, Canon, and many more. 

Before Metro Manila was once again put on ECQ (enhanced community quarantine) on August 6, the 3D art land allowed a maximum of 20 persons in the area, where they could stay no longer than 15 minutes. Only one customer, wearing face mask and face shield, could have their photo taken per spot.

Topics: SM Mall of Asia , Ben Qwek , enhanced community quarantine , 3D anamorphic art
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