Enter the Upside Down with this mural from the hit Netflix show, featuring characters Mike, Dustin, Lucas, Will, Eleven, and even a demogorgon!
The plain walls of BGC’s buildings and alleys are the canvases of street artists from all over the country or even the world. These artists have given the city more color and personality with their incredible works of art.
One particular mural has had everyone buzzing for being based off of the massively popular Stranger Things. It sees the show’s main characters running away from the scary demogorgon.
Fans of the show will surely understand and appreciate why a particular character is upside down.
In case you want to see this for yourself, you can find it in Fully Booked High Street’s wall. It’s the perfect background for an Instagram photo!
Art lovers will find more to love around the city with more pieces being recently finished and revealed.
Here are some that you should see and visit:
1. Beyond Borders, ASEAN-ROK Graffiti Collaborative Painting
View this post on Instagram
ASEAN-ROK Graffiti Collaborative Painting. #Asean2017 Location: One Global Place, 26th Street corner 5th Ave, BGC. #artbgc #travel #streetart #streetartph #modernart #color #creative #wallart #urbanwalls #graffiti #artph #city #urban #philippines #wanderlust #mural #everydayphilippines #travelgram #building #citylife #cityscape #manila
This is a collaborative piece done by a culturally diverse group of artists made possible by the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
You can find this at One Global Place, 26th Street corner 5th Avenue.
2. Kapit Kamay
The piece is a symbolic and artistic representation of the important societal value of helping each other out. In addition, the artists from Biskeng Pangasinan Artist Collective wanted to promote Pangasinense culture.
You can find this at C3 Annex, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th Street corner 7th Avenue.
3. Dating Tagpuan
Artist, John Paul Antido cleverly uses the structure’s walls to convey his message. The mural shows a man and woman meeting each other under an old lamppost.
You can find this at C3 Annex, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th Street corner 7th Avenue. This is right beside the mural Kapit Kamay.
4. The Way Home
This is vibrant and three-part mural created by artist Solana Perez sees horses moving and strolling an extremely colorful mystical land.
You can find this at the One Parkade Parking Building.
On top of adding so much character to the city, these works of art showcases the local artistry to the millions of Manila city dwellers. Plus, they are definitely Instagram-worthy spots you would probably want to visit.
Spotted any of these yet? Tell us all about it by sharing this article on social media.
(Featured Image from Bambowtie’s Facebook)