Last Sunday Mini Cooper sponsored a “street art” event in Joo Chiat area in East Singapore. I thought it was a good opportunity to go and burn some film.
I did not really read what it was about, but let s say that it brought some art in the streets and back alleys of Joo Chiat.
Windows of pastry shops got all rainbowed.
Best work in my opinion was the above by AikBeng Chia, a local photographer. Streets shots of the area print on T shirts set on the local version of drying lines.
The set-up of back alley sized sports facilities was also quite interesting.
While the lady above is responsible for the discreet weeds growing from the concrete pillars.
Finally the giant hopscotch above seemed to have been quite popular. I ran out of film when I got to the Tea bar. But I shot some 35mm with the M6, so it will be on a next post.
Joo Chiat is extraordinary even without Mini, an easy place to burn film
One roll of Cinestill 50D, shot at 50 ISO with Hasselblad 500Cm and Planar 80mm F2.8. I managed to get only 11 shots my Hassie back has a spacing problem.
The 50D is quite nice, fine grain, can pack a bit of punch even in this overcast weather. I used my old Gossen Bisix 2 meter (bought in 1989) which proved to still work quite well. Scanner is the Epson v800.