Most museums frown upon the excessive use of cameras, and rightly so: Fine art is meant to be appreciated without interruption. However, one museum in Manila, Philippines actually encourages visitors to use a camera. In fact, they even want museum-goers to walk all over the artwork.
The 3D paintings at Manila's Art in Island are meant to be enjoyed through interaction. Many of them are a nod to classical works, but the 3D paintings aren't complete until the viewer steps inside of them. When photographed, the photos look like one big piece of art - visitor, painting, and all.
Check out these fun photos from the Manila Art in Island museum below - that dinosaur is simply epic.