A museum in the Philippines is helping people appreciate art by letting them become part of it.
Art in Island, a museum in Manila created by a group of Korean artists, features over 100 unique three-dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them.
Each artwork is painted in such a way that, when photographed from specific angles, they create optical illusions to make a person appear part of the picture.
The overall concept aims to encourage those who visit the museum to interact with the paintings, which is often prohibited in regular art museums.
Each hallway sports a different theme, with some including familiar classical pieces, such as the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci and The Scream by Edvard Munch, modified in order to allow others to add their own touch of creative genius.
The museum has drawn the attention of many schools and art enthusiasts hoping to be entertained and informed about the specific style of painting.
The museum hopes to expand on its collection in the future, which will include more types of perspective art and a workshop for students to get an experience in how to paint three-dimensional images.