Category Archives: Art

Roundabout Art

Surallah
Koronadal City
General Santos City

Hostel’s Cat Wall Art

Back View Embellishments

Empty sugarcane truck
Fairy tale embellishments
Bisaya version of Goku

Mermaid Folk Art

A faded mermaid image on the banca–with a face that looks like a portrait of a real human.

Beautifying the Ordinary Fire Extinguishers

These are just some of the noticeably many fire extinguishers at the new Terminal 3 of Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. All of them were transformed into art.

My favorite

Coconut Drink Stall Sign

Pencil Background

They’ve even thought of making pencil no. 2 as background for jeepney route sign. So I’m leaving it here for posterity’s sake, before they start to gentrify jeepneys. I’m not optimistic at all if the government’s plan for jeepney modernization program shall be able to retain the masa art.

Elephant Dung Paper

Token Booth

Funfair token booth in Kuala Terengganu

Cats of Penang

I have collected these photos from several days of ambling around the streets and alleys of George Town. Some from my morning runs.

Friday Snapshots: Jeepney Decals

Dick D’Pilot of F-16

Estados Unidos Ilocos Express

Toilet Gender Segregation

Cat Wall Art

For the Love of Cricket

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Cricket ball on the wall

Chicken Illustrations

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Here are few examples of chicken illustrations mostly from the numerous fried chicken establishments in Korea.

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Mount Fuji on the Ground

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Masa Art

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Masa art is expressed not only in jeepneys but in banca as well.

Ultimate Pi Day

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Magazine cut-outs as my own way of commemorating Pi Day

Let’s all take a moment to reflect that today, March 14, 2015, is an ultimate Pi Day. In relation to this, I remember back in college that I always have more affection for radians than degrees.

Happy Pi Day!

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Einstein sculpture by Robert Berks in Washington DC

Interestingly, every Pi Day is also Albert Einstein’s birthday. He should have seen his awesome sculpture in Washington DC.

Cute Despite its Macho Function

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Takaoka

Only in Japan where an object that hides the sewer, or keeps you from falling into the hole, can be so cute despite its macho function.

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Osaka

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Kyoto

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Kyoto

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Hida-Takayama

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Shirakawa-go

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Ainokura in Gokayama Region

A Collage of Humans with Feline Head

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As you can see, almost entirely, those are cat head cutouts pasted over human bodies, and put together as collage on a wall by some fine arts dude, a cat fellow or somebody with a twisted mind. Adjacent to that collage wall is a door with “Give piss a chance” written on it.

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Just one of those things that catches your attention in one of those streets in Melaka.

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