Monday, March 28, 2011

An Invincible Summer

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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. :-)

3 comments:

Belly B said...

That looks fantastic! Once again, your job rocks!

Belly B
http://www.bforbel.com

Victoria said...

Thank you, Belly B! :-)

Sophie Brooker said...

Hi my name's Sophie and i'm 15.In school we're studying careers and i'm really interested in Visual merchandising and Interior designer.I love your work and style and I was wondering if you could answer some questions for me.Thanks :)

1. If were only working on one project (one shop) around how many hours do you think you would spend on it in 1 week? Payed and your own time?

2. What subjects did you take in school or/and what would you recommend?

3. What do you enjoy most about your job?

4. What did you first start doing when you did got into Visual merchandiser and what have you been through to get where you are now?

5. How long have you been a Visual Merchandiser?

6. What would you say are some good personal and physical qualities to have for Visual merchandising