The largest 3D art museum in Asia has finally arrived in the Philippines! And I’m glad to have a chance to visit Art in Island, the museum wherein you are part of the art. I’m really a fan of 3D art that’s why it’s pleasure for me to spend a day inside. I salute the owner of Art in Island for having this great idea and bringing a one-of-a-kind art in our country. But I salute the maķers and painters of the artworks inside even more. The Philippines must be proud for having them. The paintings were absolutely realistic and will me your photo viewers believe that you’re in the art. Aside from realistic, they are also funny to the point that you’ll love to have a photo with them.
What I like about this museum is that picture taking is allowed inside unlike the other art museum wherein all you have to do is to stare on the artworks inside. There are also staff that will assist you in taking picture so it’s alright to come alone. But I think that would be awkward. Anyways, I also love the staff because they really know where’s the right spot a photo should be taken and what’s the best pose that you should use. However, I suggest that you’ll think your own stance because the original will always be the best.
Aside from knowing these things, the staff are also industrious in mopping the floor. Well, this is important for me to keep the whole building tidy because for your information, shoes aren’t allowed inside. This is acceptable since the management want to retain cleanliness for the visitors. And take note, the rest rooms are also clean, huh.
Art in Island just opened last Christmas and having good reviews is a good start for them. To keep this up, I suggest that they’ll add more or change the artworks each year so that the people who went there already can come back again with different attractions to capture. But even if they don’t, I will still come back again and again with different groups of friend. Of course, I’ll recommend this place to them and to my readers. For the meantime, you can view my own photos in my Art in Island adventure.
From the moment you’ll enter the building, this is the first art that you’ll see. It is so realistic but I made it the opposite. I was wrong for not holding the can of paint instead of this paint rollers so that the can won’t float just like that. Sorry.
This is my most favorite shot! I think I had the right choice of dress color here. See? It perfectly fits to my mermaid tail.
Art in Island jailed me for a second. What do they want from me?
After being in jail, they punished me here. Oh kidding! I’m having fun with these knives, actually.
I’m stepping out of this frame, huh? I first saw this painting in the music video of Alex Gonzaga’s Panaginip Lang. Wooh! I’m glad that I’m right here in this spot today.
Speaking of Alex Gonzaga, I’m really part of her show Inday Bote. But sadly, I’m stuck inside a wrong bottle
No no! Nooooo! Don’t devour me! The world still needs me.
Ooops! I’m sorry for tearing this masterpiece. I hope that Art in Island will forgive me.
When we finally got home from the museum, I searched for Art in Island and saw people having a photo with this tiger. And you know what I kept on laughing until now because they replaced the ice pop with their butt. Nice idea! It didn’t come into my mind.
The creatures in Art in Island really wants to eat me. Thank God I’m still alive.
This is my second favorite photo followed by the mermaid photo above. This is one reason why I visited this art museum. Before going, I already know how this happened. But still, I’m amazed on the idea of having this magic chair in Art in Island.
Pearly shell from the ocean – oh hey! You caught me singing.
It’s a great opportunity to have a photo taken by him. But he doesn’t allow me to get his memory card.
Oh no my umbrella! I have nothing to use when it’s raining.
I’m an epic fail again. I’m facing the wrong direction. I’m hurrying up because a lot of people wants to have a photo with this magic carpet that’s why it didn’t came into my mind if my pose was wrong or not. By the way, I enjoyed riding on Art in Island’s magic carpet.
Bye! I’m off to somewhere heavenly.
Wow! This is what I saw when I went up on the stairs that was shown on the previous photo.
I also saw this devil defeated by the angel above.
Wanna see Baby Jesus and Mama Mary and Joseph and the three kings? Let’s come in.
I didn’t get this painting when I’m near it. I only got it when I saw it in this photo. I hope that my mother gave it a nicer shot.
Hi there, Mr. octopus.
My mother kept on laughing at this photo, I mean, at the painting itself.
Hey mom, be careful. We might fall.
After the wooden bridge, here are stones that serve as a bridge. Well, I want to stay here in this wonderful place.
I wonder were these stairs are heading. But when I look up, I saw nothing.
I can’t take my thirst anymore. Sorry for drinking the giraffe’s water.
It’s my first time to surf. Thanks Art in Island for the opportunity.
Let me rest here for a while. I hope that Ilog Pasig will look like this.
The smell of this foot is not just pleasant.
The animals here are so clingy!
I wasn’t able to hold the other string. But the other one was strong that it lifted me. Kidding! I know you know that I just jumped.
I’m the next queen! Yeah!
I hope that the shark won’t see me.
I’m really the one who painted Monalisa.
This monkey wanted a photo of me so yeah.
We’re playing basketball, oh, catching the ball, rather.
Please grab a copy of Time Magazine with me on the cover.
I don’t want this fish to be my first kiss.
Hey! Don’t eat that apple. But I’m scared to that big headed snake.