Posted on 31 10 月, 2013 by A-MO
長期居住新加坡的街道藝術家Ernest Zacharevic把三個單調的水泥檔塊彩繪成可愛的小小兵。（《神偷奶爸2》小小兵團腳色）。在新加坡的嚴厲刑罰中，有著眾所周知的鞭刑，在這樣的國家怎能讓街頭塗鴉存在呢?原來Ernest Zacharevic倖得民心，大家愉快地提供私有建築物讓他作畫，也得到這麼愉快的街景。
“If you riot, riot quiet. It’s Singapore after all…,” states Ernest Zacharevic. As part of his month long residency in Singapore, street artist Ernest Zacharevic transformed three drab cement blocks into minions in riot gear. (Minions are those small, cylindrical yellow creatures featured in the movie Despicable Me.) Notoriously famous for prosecuting, jailing and even caning those who dare touch its walls, Singapore isn’t the easiest place to put up your work. The Lithuanian artist was lucky enough to score popular support from its citizens who happily offered their privately owned buildings to paint on.
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Photos courtesy of Ernest Zacharevic