Simploring 2019 (16) Drawn Town by Cica Ghost

I got an invitation by Cica Ghost to visit her newest installation “Drawn Town“. This time Cica provided the quote “In the beginning it was all black and white.” by Maureen O’Hara to the visitors.

Drawn Town by Cica Ghost – Landing and entering the town

Drawn Town looks exactly as you would expect by the title – drawn, a town drawn with chalk on a blackboard …. in the beginning it was all black and white. The visitors are like blurs of colour on the blackboard as are some of “Cica-ish” people looking out from some of the window. The town is quite large and surrounded by fields of flowers which again have the “Cica-Style”. There’s once again a vehicle you can sit in and drive aroud with when exploring the town.

Impressions of Drawn Town by Cica Ghost (1)

The little details in Cica’s installations do make me smile always. For example the vehicle’s exhaust pipe produces little stars instead of smoke, as do the chimneys of the houses. There’s a larger court with a cafe in the center where you can sit and watch the visitors or cam around to discover the details of Drawn Town.

Impressions of Drawn Town by Cica Ghost (2)

In Cica’s last installation Lullaby (read here) I missed a hidden cat. In Drawn Town there are many of them straying through the streets of on the rooftops of the town. Although almost everything is in black and white Drawn Town conveyed Cica’s style to me already when I entered it. The landing is in a skybox with a whole through which you can see the town laying under you and you have to jump into the fun.

Diomita at Drawn Town by Cica Ghost

As always I enjoyed my visit a lot and left Drawn Town with a smile. Thank you Cica!

Landmark to Drawn Town by Cica Ghost
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