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Unique Museum In Manila Allows You To Become A Part Of Their Art

“Art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, if you don’t take pictures with them.”

Mini Malabanan

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Dubbed as the biggest 3D museum in Asia, “Art in Island” is a one-of-a-kind museum that encourages people to “be part of their art”.

With over 50 art murals made by a team of Korean and Filipino master painters, the museum features “trick art” that will definitely amuse its visitors. Trick art refers to two dimensional images which create illusions that depicted objects really exist. For instance, when some paintings in this museum are photographed at a certain angle, it will appear as if you are stepping out of it.

The interactive museum has broken the people’s perception of museums as boring places. With the right creative pose, visitors can make people believe that they are really surfing, escaping a giant alligator, or crossing a very dangerous bridge.

Speaking to Mashable, the museum’s art secretary Blyth Cambaya said: “Art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, if you don’t take pictures with them.”

See the unbelievable photos inside the museum.

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