Monday, 3 March 2008

Colours on the Highland



A photo on Colourful Garage in The Hague Daily prompted me to post this photo on the colourful First World Hotel in the Genting Highlands. When I first saw this hotel, it makes me ponder how the painter manage to paint the patterns on this high rise building. Did he draw the patterns on the building first before he started painting? And how did he manage to turn out the patterns perfectly? Can anyone enlighten me on this?

6 comments:

gizelle said...

Wow! I have no idea how it is doable...but whoever did the job surely must have taken long and got paid really good! So colorful! I won't miss that when I'm walking. Have a nice week ahead!

Jilly said...

How amazing! Never seen a building painted like this before. well you sure wouldn't miss it.

as for the painting, am sure it must all have been worked out out graphs and the painter would have been given specific instructions - worked out on a computer no doubt.

Jim said...

Very cool, the colors are fun.

Thiên said...

Oh my goodness, what color! I have never seen a building like this before. It's quite amazing.

Thanks for your recent visit and comments JC, esp. on the food shots. I love food, can you tell?

Ben said...

What! I'm impressed, really am.

alicesg said...

I think Jilly is right. It been long since I last visited Genting Highlands. We plan to go there end of this year with my siblings and their families. Will be very fun and I hope the plan to visit will be successful. :) But I might go earlier cause there are some promotions over here on Genting.:)

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