Monday, September 12, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2011: Justin Gignac from Piers Fawkes on Vimeo.
Justin Gignac puts all too familiar feelings into words: idea envy and waiting for perfection. This video hits the right spots in so many ways!
Happy Monday! May you be inspired today as well. :-)
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Some pictures of my summer! A trip to Singapore, The Lion King and its wonderful costume design, Jimmy Eat World in concert (a high school dream come true!!), Singapore Biennale, a beach trip with my friends, cleaning out my costumes and props closets (finally!!), artist Christina Dy's wall full of fireworks called Chasing Light, Japanese paper artist Wataru Sakuma's work in Manila FAME, a barbecue in a bird farm, and a Samsung Galaxy Tab flashlight application light painting experiment!!
And a belated greeting to Belinda from B for Bel who interviewed me a few weeks ago!! Thanks Belinda!! :-)
Read the interview by clicking on this link:
Monday, April 25, 2011
At the beginning of the year, I sat in a few coffeedraw sessions with CD and Zig. At that time, and it seems so very long ago, I didn't let all the things I needed to do, like work and sleep, get in the way of everything else I wanted to do in my spare time. Draw, take my pole dancing classes, etc. And this serves as my April-May reminder not to let this seemingly heavy flow of work take over as well! :-)
Happy Easter! Happy Rebirth!
Monday, March 28, 2011
A TON of pictures from the graffiti sessions we had in preparation for the summer display!
It has been a month-long arts and crafts draught for me. No drawing, no color, no splashes of paint or sprints of lacquer. Some photoshopping, but not enough. Some looking and watching, but hardly any real digestion. A stark contrast from the graffiti artists in the photos above, so in their own zone, in their own untouchable world.
Soon, I will make myself involved again. Some more doodles, some more pictures. Some more life, some more color. It's summer after all! What better time to do anything, everything, to be invincible, too.
The most heartfelt of thanks to Pilipinas Street Plan for these walls! And to Marco Limjap and Sarie Cruz for documenting their each and every move. :-)