In Bonifacio Global City, (BGC) the Philippines, there is art painted in conch is called Mural for Shake Shack Manila. According to the painter, Jappy Agoncillo The design features the traditional Shake Shack hues of Green, White, and BIt was built Built to resemble the busy, orderly chaos of Manila City’s structures. It was created to capture the feel and warmth of a Manila day with hues reminiscent of a traditional Filipino street seller umbrella and sunset tones. Even more, it includes figures highlighting the different public transportation in the country.
This includes jeepneys, buses, taxis, trains, vans, motorcycles, bicycles with cabins, horse carriages, and hand tractor rides. Jeepneys are colorful, non-air-conditioned cars that ply the streets and provide transportation for commuters. It is the least expensive and most popular kind of transportation. Bicycles with cabins, called Pedicabs or Trisikad, are bicycles with passenger cabins designed for transportation. Pedicabs are frequently seen in areas with tricycles. In some parts of the nation, horse-drawn carriages are still used to go through city streets. Kalesas are ancient vehicles that have been around for many years, but because they typically only have two wheels, the ride can be rough, even on paved roads.
Inspired by the many different transportation methods in the Philippines, we present this street art pattern on our carpet. We used colors, lines, and shapes to utilize the artistry of the carpet. This custom pattern is best for living rooms and personal rooms like offices.
If you love this inspired Street art pattern on our carpet, do not hesitate to contact us to learn more about our custom carpet program. This program offers budget-friendly options starting at $21/SY. We design custom wall-to-wall broadloom carpet patterns, carpet tiles, or rugs with many color variations. Whether you need carpeting for your multi-family, office, or hospitality project, we have you covered every step.