STORY OF THE WALLS: CANVAS BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Did a series of murals for Canvas Boutique Hotel in the beautiful province of Palawan (Puerto Princesa), Philippines. The murals represent the popular destinations around the province and the stories behind them, inspiring adventure. Other murals were also made by Electrolychee, Nice Buenaventura, and Hannah Liongoren, through the Human Projector, with the help of Sharla O'Hara's team.
The pristine Palawan beach is illustrated in its almost too-ideal state: fine sand from each far end, serene waves, and a vast body of water that marries sharp rock formations on the calm horizon.
Whether by foot or by kayak, these bodies of water are as scenic as how they’re depicted in the mural: situated among trees and peppered with rock formations that perfectly accentuate the clear waters.
Silent, calm and yet equally daunting, this is the view from the opposite end of Mt. Tapyas—blue waters sandwiched between rock formations. At Mt. Tapyas, 700 steps up will take you to see this view, and a cross at its tip, before Typhoon Haiyan blew it down.
The cleanest lake in the country also happens to be the most photographed view in Palawan. This jawdropping body of water, situated in the middle of equally astounding rock formations, is depicted in a minimalist yet visually impactful mural.
Legend has it that seven sisters eluded their mother to run away and go swimming. They never made it back, and seven islands mysteriously appeared in their wake. This artwork is a chilling reminder of that story, as well as the area’s current fame as one of Palawan’s best snorkel sites.