3D artist wows travelers at Singapore’s Changi Airport

“That people interact with my work and it doesn’t get locked up in some millionaire’s villa is important to me,” says 3D artist Kurt Wenner, here with “The Millioniare Life,” on display until November 11, 2012, at Singapore’s Changi International Airport.

You might forgive fellow travelers at Singapore’s Changi International Airport for doing something this summer that rushing passengers usually shouldn’t do — stop and stare at the floor.

In fact, you might be tempted to do the same when coming upon U.S. 3D art maestro Kurt Wenner‘s latest work, “The Millioniare Life.”

Part of the airport’s “Be A Changi Millionaire” promotion, the stunning piece of optical illusion is currently spread on a digitally scanned canvas across the marble floor of the Terminal 3 Departure Hall.

While the nine-by-nine-meter image appears to have a chalk texture, travelers can actually walk on it, sit on it and take pictures with it. A photo booth allows visitors to pose with the image and have pictures e-mailed to them.

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