Unlike many other museums in the world, where you are not allowed to take pictures, this 3D art museum in the Philippines is completely different.
Located in Manila, it is the biggest museum when it comes to the number of 3D paintings. Yun Jae Kyoung is the founder of the museum, along with his Korean partners. Amazingly, these incredible works of arts were finished in just four moths.
Visitors think that this non-traditional approach is totally unique. Here, you can actually interact with all of the paintings. You can show your fun and creative side and literally be part of every picture. Don’t worry, there are no limits to the number of the photos, you can take as many as you like.
It will take you 2 hours to see all 200 paintings in the 3D art museum, most of which are three dimensional. From the painting reproduction of the best-known artists to the ancient Egyptian ruins, or devouring animals, there are plenty of different settings that you can be a part of.
In order to avoid any damage to the artworks on the floor, you will be given a pair of slippers. If you want, you can also bring your own that will match your outfit.
“Here, art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, If you don’t take pictures with them,” said Blyth Cambaya to Mashable.
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