Kids turn Yeo's packet drinks into mini flats... and more
Check out the mini swing sets made out of earphones.
Fancy a walk down tiny footpaths, made from eggshells?
Well, now you can. Just pop by Central at Clarke Quay, for a large display of Singapore's public housing, made entirely out of recycled materials.
Using PolyAI boards or compressed Yeo's Tetra Pak drink packets and other recycled objects, hundreds of kindergarten kids created 48 miniature public housing estates to showcase the development of Singapore's public housing landscape from the 1960s to the present.
The display has set a record for "the largest display of handicrafts made of PolyAI boards" in the Singapore Book of Records. It runs till Aug 24.
Photos: Choo Chwee Hua