Sunday, May 10, 2015

Trick Art in Sapporo Station

Yesterday I went to another trick art exhibition.  This one had computer printouts instead of paintings, which made the 3D effect better than at the previous exhibition. It was smaller (fewer things to look at) and the art was more difficult to take good photos with. It was a lot of fun.

I tried to come up with funny poses for the interactive paintings and today I have sore muscles in all kinds of places. Trick art is both fun and great exercise. Highly recommended. There were a few exhibits that were only funny if there was more than one of you. I had a friend with me, but she was very much against being put on this blog, so those photos are not here. They were pretty good, though, haha.

I made a short movie clip showing some of the photos and some paintings that were hard to take good photos of but that look great in movies.

This "zero gravity" painting was very difficult to get to look good.

The ninja exhibit looked like it would have lots of possibilities, but it was more difficult than I first thought.
Hand stand on ninja's head
Another hand stand

Small fairy Jonas

Almost bitten by a werewolf
Bitten by a werewolf

The dragon exhibit seemed promising, but it was super difficult to get good photos there.
Pushed off the stairs by a dragon holding a sword in its mouth

Magic carpet ride
Falling off the magic carpet

Waste not, want not
Why would you do this to me?

Chased by a dog
Balancing on a circus dog

Relaxed jet coaster rid
Dangerous jet coaster ride

Attacked by the mud monster

Helping to stop a dragon
Annoying the guy stopping a dragon

Surfing on a turtle
Smelling flowers held by an elephant
Bending the mouth of a hippo open
Painter Jonas


  1. Jag tyckte bilderna var jättebra! :-) Men jag förstår varför du har träningsvärk! :-D

    1. Det här är ju de bästa av flera hundra bilder jag tog, så det finns också många många bilder som inte var så bra :-)