|Love is in the air!|
I think this ride is really a great demonstration of the bicycle flexibility in exploration. Hi-res of the images here
|Two big, two small... wheels. Just ride!|
|Andy briefing the riders on the route and safety matters|
|The route - photo credit Rebecca Ko|
|This are where the murals are located. Thank you Andy and Christine for the wonderful recce!|
|So glad to have Wai Lim to join me for the ride!|
|Rolling slowly and merrily along. Its a special feeling!|
|We went hunting for murals. This is near Tech Ghee Hawker centre|
|Celebrating our void deck bike parking|
|A Wong Kar Wai moment|
|Peggy enjoying her sunday ride|
|Wei Kong and family rolling as one|
|Hai Tang sharing the details of the Mural. Nice one Hai Tang!|
|Wei shuan sharing how the students did the mural. The preparation work behind the nice painting|
They were done by Nanyang Junior College which is located nearby.
|Riders admiring the artworks|
What was lovely is that, it was very much left to the students own devices. No spoon feeding for you! Wei Shuan also related that his daughter would often dirty their school uniform with ink, paint. But she would still wear the stained uniform to school. Almost like a symbol of pride and street cred. I totally understand the feeling having studied in Temasek polytechnic school of design:)
Here's a lovely photo of the NYJC AEP leads who did the 15 Murals.
|NYJC 2015 AEP Students who lead in the 15 Murals. Photo Credit Wei Shuan|
I just love it, especially so with the location which they did their mural artwork. The humble Void Deck! This is the place we grew up playing football and catching. What wonderful way to honour the space!
|This was our playground!|
|A more pop art inspired mural. I like this one best!|
|Uncle Steven posing on a nice mural showing ice kacang!|
|This is another really creative piece. Solid!- photo credit Francis|
Thank you NYJC art elective students and teachers for the wonderful art pieces! Also drop them some comments, encouragement here
I hope that maybe in the future, the art students and teachers themselves would be able to share directly with Lovecyclingsg or even to the public for that matter what they did.
Even more meaningful were the processes/ sweat that they have to go through.
Please let me know if you know anyone from Nanyang JC....:)
I like to arrange another session to share this wonderful initiative.
The ride made me smile alot. I really like that we are starting to think about what makes Singapore - Singapore. And its not just because SG National day is around the corner, that all this "ra ra" and "dong dong chang" came about.
This is our sunny island. Love it, embrace it, celebrate it in our own small way. Majulah! Singapura!
|Ahhh yes! The ping pong table!|