Just when you thought numerous little houses on a hillside are charming enough to catch attention, you probably haven’t seen the enormous, colorful mural painted on houses on the hillside community of Stonehill, Botiwtiw and Sadjap (STOBOSA) in Barangay Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet.
Fantatsic, isn’t it?
By just staring at these vivid concrete houses that turned into a gigantic work of art, your dull day will end up being vibrant!
Inspired by the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, around 200 houses in the sitios of Stonehill, Botiwtiw and Sadjap (STOBOSA) in Barangay Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet were painted in assorted colors and patterns.
Based on a report from CNN Philippines, the community artwork called “Colors of Stobosa” is part of the REV-BLOOM (revitalize and bloom) Project of the Cordillera Region’s Department of Tourism. A large-scale drawing of a sunflower and abstract designs are featured on the artwork which was done by the volunteers and conceptualized by Jordan Mangosan, Clinton Aniversaryo, Ged Alangui, and Jenny Lorenzo, Tam-Awan Village artists.