PantoneMyArt Exhibition 2014

This year’s PantoneMyArt 2014 exhibition at the art-supporting tcc at 51 Circular Road features works from 8 artists expressing optical illusions in 8 predominant Pantone colours of their choice. Their works are set to take the expression ‘off the wall’ further than ever before, as they present two-dimensional artworks that give a three-dimensional visual illusion.

On show till 6 October 2014, this highly creative exhibition covers the full two floors, including the windows of the tcc outlet. The captivating works are set to leap at the viewer, so visitors should be prepared for mind blowing multi-impact works reaching out to them like never before. The likes of radioactive yellow monsters by talented Terence Koh/Sloth and red Pandas from the ‘animal instincts’ of artist Ziqi, are sure to capture the attention of all.

A different corner features an impressive window creation of a breathtaking cityscape by Race; other walls show an anamorphic street design from Singapore’s leading street artist Ben Qwek, an animated graffiti work from Clogtwo!, as well as digital experiences from Dale. Slacsatu ‘draws stuff’ (in his own words) all over the place while Lim Zi Sin presents her paper-cut talents in a large all white cut-out architectural creation. The 8 exhibiting artists are: Ben Qwek, Clogtwo!, Dale, Race, Slacsatu, Terence Koh/Sloth, Lim Zi Sin and Ziqi.

Visitors are encouraged to interact with the artworks, and have their photographs taken as they stand at the assigned focal point that brings the artworks to life! If this sounds too illusionary to be true, come and witness it for yourself, whip out your smartphones and cameras and share these optical illusion photos on your FB, Twitter and Instagram #pantonemyart.

The PantoneMyArt 2014 exhibition celebrates ten years of collaboration between tcc The Connoisseur Concerto and, a period which tcc’s Business Development Manager (Branding & Arts) Charles Wong says it has been “A time of much creativity and imagination for the outlet. This event promises a great deal of breathtaking works and displays from some of the most talented and creative 2D, 3D and digital artists based in Singapore.”