To promote the second season of Stranger Things, Netflix commissioned artists Teerayut “TRK” Puechpen and Ekawat Wimonkaew to create an installation in Bangkok that’s currently open 24 hours a day.
On the outside of a now-closed nightclub called Soi Ekkamai 8 there are paintings of the show’s characters and even the Demogorgon. There’s also a statue of Eleven, a box of her favorite Eggo Waffles, and the wall from the first season with the Christmas lights and alphabet. There have reportedly been many people hanging out at the installation, which will be open until November 30.
There was also a Stranger Things 3-D mural in front of the Bangkok Arts and Culture Center. It was painted by Thai artist Piyasak “Muay” Khiaosaard and featured the banana trees indigenous to Thailand instead of pine trees from Indiana where the show takes place. The actual mural itself is now gone, but it’s likely that passerby got photos of it.