Photos of a building in Sta. Ana National High School in Misamis Oriental have gone viral since it was posted on social media.
A netizen captured the amazing shots of the school building walls to show off their support for art rather than vandalism.
“Our school building project at Sta. Ana National High School,” she wrote on the first part of the caption.
A Facebook user named Elle Dior Shaya Quilang posted these photos last June 3. She also thanked alll the students who participated in creating such amazing works.
“The students painted art works on the wall. Yes to art than vandalism,” said Quilang.
These murals were made using plenty of colors showing that playful touch and giving that lively feeling in every step and corner of the building.
The talented students in visual arts also portrayed the beauty of nature in different angles. Using their creative hands, they made an attractive-looking sunset on the wall of their school. Gorgeous paintings of different flowers, leaves, and popular sayings were also added to the schools’ walls.
Many have appreciated their talent and praised the idea of cracking down vandalism through mural paintings inside the public school.
“Wow! Very Nice. Congratulations,” wrote RT on the comments.
“Ang ganda ng school ninyo,” said NGO.
“Puwede magpa-picture dito,” commented JRP on the photo of a wall painted with human-sized wings.
“Sana walang vandalism na mangyayari para manatiling maganda,” according to JBB.
“Puwede po pala magmural sa ganiyang building,” asked JB.
Since it was posted, the photos have gathered 5,000 reactions and 13,000 shares on Facebook.