Fiesta Radiance

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Step into the heart of Filipino celebrations with our exceptional foam wall art , "Fiesta Radiance." This captivating photograph spotlights a Filipino costumed dancer in the lively Masskara Festival in Bacolod, Philippines—a dynamic and vibrant addition designed to elevate the ambiance of any space.

Transform your surroundings into a riot of colors and cultural splendor as "Fiesta Radiance" takes center stage in your decor. This extraordinary wall art seamlessly marries the rich heritage of Filipino traditions with contemporary aesthetics, creating a unique ambiance that resonates with sophistication and the infectious energy of festival revelry.

With vivid details and a captivating portrayal, this artwork transcends the ordinary, capturing the essence of a spirited celebration. Make a bold statement and redefine your space, allowing the unique narrative of the Masskara Festival dancer to tell a story of joy, unity, and timeless cultural richness.

Whether you're a connoisseur of global aesthetics or a seeker of vibrant energy, "Fiesta Radiance" promises to be a conversation starter. Don't miss the chance to infuse your home with the authenticity and visual allure of this unique Filipino costumed dancer foam print.

Our popular foam prints are sleek, modern, and super lightweight. Perfect to lift the look of any space - foam prints are versatile, available in various sizes, and will last for years to come.


  • Our foam board prints are printed on a solid PVC panel with a protective UV film, making them super lightweight, durable, and long-lasting.
  • With a smooth texture and intense natural look and feel, these prints are perfect for adding a unique touch to any room or space.
  • Prints are approximately 5mm /0.2" thick, providing a modern and elegant finish.
  • We've also included a hanging kit, which may vary depending on the country of fulfillment.
  • Sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters.

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