It's never too late to talk about massive murals in Manila. The artists involved in LeBasse Projects' art festival in the Philippines, have all returned home or headed to their next gig, but the art left behind continues to make an impact in a country that is just beginning to embrace street art and graffiti. 

It's never too late to talk about massive murals in Manila. The artists involved in LeBasse Projects' art festival in the Philippines, have all returned home or headed to their next gig, but the art left behind continues to make an impact in a country that is just beginning to embrace street art and graffiti. Located in Bonifacio Global City in Manila, the festival was produced by LA's LeBasse Projects and sponsored by the Bonifacio Art Foundation and Globe, local organizations who wanted to highlight the inclusive and accessible nature of public art.  Young artists from around the country came to watch, learn and help, and two of the best-known local street artists participated in this mural festival, the first in Philippines history, along with six other international artists. New developments and buildings in BGC were huge and waiting to be painted, so the artists had plenty of enormous space to work with. Take a look through the artistic footprint left behind by an impressive and eclectic group of artists in a country on the verge of making a significant impression in the global street art community. The line-up of artists included FAILE, CYRCLE, AkaCorleone, Drew Merritt, Nate Frizell, Egg Fiasco, Anjo Bolarda, and Jux contributor Kristin Farr. 

Film by Blaine Suque

Photos by Shutterpandas