(SPOT.ph) After six months in quarantine, it's no surprise if most of us have forgotten what a museum or an art gallery looks like. We exaggerate, of course, but that's just how much we miss getting our fill of arts and culture—physically, at least. With everything going virtual nowadays—from online exhibitions to 360-degree tours—the Ayala Museum in Makati City has stepped things up a notch through the launch of the online Ayala Museum Shop.
You can now have a souvenir from the museum delivered to your home through this platform. The items include tote bags, notepads, and sanitizing kits all designed with artworks and artifacts you could see at the Ayala Museum. There's even a whole new line called "Stay Home Collection," which gives a whole new quarantine-inspired meaning to works of Filipino artists Jose Honorato Lozano and Damian Domingo.
To shop, sign up for an account, add to cart, then check out your purchases. Delivery dates and shipping fee may vary depending on your location, while payment is via credit card. Products can be exchanged within seven days of receipt.
For more information, visit the Ayala Museum Shop.