Manila’s Art in Island encourages people to take a step into their 3D paintings and take pictures to their heart’s content. After all, that is why the museum went to such great lengths to make these 3D paintings. All that perspective work must not have been easy!
“Here, art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, if you don’t take pictures with them.” museum’s secretary Blyth Cambaya told Mashable. It is a refreshing change of pace, then – usually, these perspective paintings are meant to impress people who look at them, not draw them in. Including the people into the painting seems like a new thing to do, adds another dimension to the link between art and the observer.