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These Antipolo Crosswalks Turned Into Colorful Works Of Art Aim To Promote Road Safety

Crossing the pedestrian of Antipolo City aren't boring at all, since local government unit here painted it with 3D designs in an effort to promote road safety. But mind you, don't do a selfie in the middle of these pedestrians!

TaskUs was tasked to create a street art project. Filipino artists Albert Raqueño and Carbomedia Manila are the real master specialized in graffiti murals and street art 3D on pedestrian lanes has turned the crossings into colorful pieces of art. 

The artistic pedestrian lanes can be found along RCBC Masinag on Sumulong Hi-way, Sumulong Memorial High School, College of Saint Benilde Antipolo, and Ynares Center.


The “The city-wide activity aims to transform busy locations into eye-catching, interactive stops to remind travelers and residents alike on the importance of proper road etiquette,” TaskUs said through the report.


“By using art as a medium and the road as the canvas, it conveys a powerful message: that addressing social concerns can be fun and engaging while remaining purposeful at its core” said Paul Garcia, People Branding Head, SEA, TaskUs.


The “Ridiculous Roads” project was introduced on a video posted on the TaskUs social media with a caption, “How do we improve road safety with the current standards that we have? Breaking the norms… but with a purpose.”



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