Singaporean Artist Creates An “MRT Train Guide To The Galaxy”
However, a Singaporean artist who goes by the name SezerSean decided to spice things up by Photoshop-ing regular pictures of the MRT into something that’s literally ‘out-of-this-world’.
Next stop, Mars
Turns travelling into a space adventure
In the album titled “MRT Train Guide to the Galaxy”, he shows how inter-planetary travel is possible with trains — and a little photoshop.
“Ezlink cards still usable”
In another picture, he travels to Neptune for “work every day”.
He even manages to take a nap as he’s nearing the scorching sun.
Too bad we don’t have such a thing
The artist also ‘plants’ greenery to be more scientifically accurate as humans need oxygen to survive in space.
From what we can see, the train stations exits in space and the train doesn’t require tracks to move.
Made from boring MRT photos
Many of you will agree that these photos are extremely aesthetic. However, you may also be wondering what the original photos look like.
Thankfully, he added the ‘before’ and ‘after’ shots of the pictures as well.
It seems that he prefers to stick to the colour themes of each line.
He is also not opposed to featuring members of the public in his masterpieces.
The transformation for this image is simply legendary. God knows how he managed to ‘elongate’ the reflective plastic seats flawlessly.
His attention to detail can also be seen in the small easter eggs he hides in his photos.
The danger – keep out sign can commonly be seen all over Singapore
SezerSean also does not limit his pieces to MRTs, LRTs happen to work in space as well.
He wanted to be an astronaut
As for the motivation behind his ‘space travels’, he reveals that he wanted to be an astronaut when he was much younger.
However, life had different plans for him.
Thankfully, he says that it’s okay and that he can still “explore the galaxy in (his) mind”.
Don’t forget your dreams
As we grow older, we start to forget our ‘unrealistic’ dreams we once had.
However, this artist proves you wrong. Even though we can’t achieve exactly what we dreamt of now, we can always relive them in other ways.
Featured image from Facebook.