Mickey Mouse Through Out the yEars since 1928 is an art exhibition running from May 24 to September 17, 2012 in Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The exhibition displays contemporary interpretations of the Mickey figurines by various individuals and brands, including artists, graffiti artists, design schools, retailers, businesses and other talented individuals.
Angel & Devil Mickey by PJ College of Art & Design
Roman Era Mickey by The One Academy
Besides the exhibition, there are also stalls which sell Mickey Mouse’s merchandise and the likes.
Check out the two-and-half-minute time-lapse video of a Malaysian girl who used just a basketball as her brush and red paint for her painting of NBA superstar Yao Ming.
The 26-year-old Sabah-born Hong Yi took two hours to complete the canvas painting and uploaded the video to YouTube on Jan 10, since then the video has gained close to 500,000 views at the time of writing.
Artist Liu Bolin is an expert in camouflaging. He has become so advanced at camouflage art he is virtually able to blend seamlessly in front of a pile of coal or even a forest landscape. With the help of some assistants, Bolin paints himself, head to toe just to blend in to the background.
Liu Bolin stands in front of a soft drinks shelf at a supermarket in Beijing
According to a report by The Daily Mail, Bolin spends hours perfecting his poses to ensure that he’ll mesh with his background.
Incredible or spooky? He’s more like the Predator than the Invisible Man. What’s your thought?