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Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed: Objects in bright, contrasting popsicle shades are enlarged, reduced and re-arranged to form colourful collages
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Adding his touch: Kaneuji (above) puts a little whimsy to ordinary objects that he has found in Singapore
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Adding his touch: Kaneuji puts a little whimsy to ordinary objects that he has found in Singapore (above)

Everyday objects comically repurposed

Sep 26, 2014 6:00 AM

WHEN Japanese artist Teppei Kaneuji visited Haw Par Villa last year, he was amazed by the hundreds of statues and dioramas at the unusual theme park. He took several pictures, which he then combined with drawn images of banal objects to construct colourful collages.

He also took pictures