Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Trick Eye Museum's 1st Year Anniversary in Singapore!‏

Trick Eye Museum Singapore will be celebrating first year anniversary on 19 June 2015. As a way of giving thanks to the tremendous support received over the year, Trick Eye Museum will be holding a special activity- “Grab the Gold Key, it’s not a Trick!’’ As the name suggests, Trick Eye Museum will be awarding 10 gold keys (3.75 grams each) to 10 lucky winners.

Standing at 8 foot tall and 12 foot wide, the highlight of Trick Eye Museum Singapore is ‘Giant Baby’ exhibit which is the largest sculpture created by Trick Eye Museum. 10 gold keys will be locked up at the cage held captive by ‘Giant Baby’ during the anniversary celebration. Everyone who visit Trick Eye Museum Singapore and shared a photo taken at the museum on their social media platform will each have a chance to pick a key out of a big pool of keys on that day. It will be the key which they can use for their attempt to open the cage. All successful attempts to open the cage will each bring home a gold key that is worth $300.

Design-It-Yourself Tote Bag!
Specially designed tote bags will also be distributed to all visitors who attended the anniversary celebration. There will also be a Design-It-Yourself corner at the museum for visitors to personally customize their bags with rubber stamps.

More details about Trick Eye Museum Singapore’s first anniversary celebration will be available on-site and via social media platforms.
Some photos I took at the Trick Eye Museum previously!

Neh... this is the Giant Baby! :)
Can somebody pls help me!?
Some stunts for you! Don't try this at home!
 Just for laughs!
I don't know where I should place my hands.

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Trick Eye Museum said...

Hello Shaun, thank you for visiting Trick Eye Museum in Singapore and hope you had great time with us. We would like to share some of your photo at TEM in our blog for English speakers (http://trickeye.blogspot.com). If it's ok with you, please let us know. Thank you! :)

shaun said...

Hi TEM! You may use my pictures. :)

Trick Eye Museum said...

Hello Shaun, your photo will be featuring in the blog sometime in next week with so please do check our blog by end of the week! :) Thank you.