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You can even shop with your friends after your coffee date!
As the city opens up once again, reconnecting with your loved ones IRL is probably in your top agendas. Catch up with your friends in a safe environment, surrounded by fresh air, good coffee, tempting shopping deals, and eye-catching art pieces over
He made a mini cameo in episode two!
If you have a penchant for Korean rom-coms then most probably, you’re familiar with the series Our Beloved Summer. The story revolves around ex-lovers, Choi Ung (Choi Woo Shik) and Kook Yeon-soo (Kim Da Mi) who were reunited through Ung's artwork five years after
Unwind while putting your creative juices to work!
Art has always served as a release of emotions for most. While the work might be tedious at times, apart from being cathartic, others turn to it for a relaxing activity. People find the gentle act of coloring in a painting almost
You'll want to drop by while you're in Batangas.
All the way down south in Tanauan, Batangas, artists and art connoisseurs alike have come far and wide to either exhibit their creations or visit the works of others at the Eskinita Art Farm. The best part? There’s no visitation fee. Yep,
Time to take a screenshot!
When it comes to choosing a design for your tattoo, you can never go wrong with astrology-themed ones. However, if you're tired of your zodiac sign (because TBH, same), allow us to convince you to choose your birth flower instead! Just like birthstones,
Martin Diegor has also worked with Kaia Gerber, Lil Nas X and Heron Preston. Here, he shares his story.
Going global is the dream of any Filipino creative aspiring to make it big in the fashion scene. High-profile designers, luxury fashion houses, and other prestigious brands may seem like they’re impossible to reach, but this 28-year-old multimedia creator proves otherwise. Allow Martin
Titled "ANOMALI," the shoot features people with different disabilities and attributes to celebrate the beauty in diversity.
Beauty has no blueprint and photographer Ayla Reyes sought that in her college thesis that went viral on Facebook for challenging convention.Reyes, a graduate of the University of Sto. Tomas Fine Arts program, shared her thesis with recreations of classics like the Mona
They’ve got everything from (online) exhibits, studio tours, and more!
In the past year, we’ve all gotten used to how our everyday lives have transitioned online. We’re now no stranger to the infinite possibilities of the internet, and it seems that Art Fair Philippines can definitely vouch for that, too. Following the success
“It’s not social stature, it’s not about different classes. It’s about humanity.”
We’ve always seen the growth of humanity as a progression, evolving from one phase to the next. Solenn Heussaff’s latest exhibit, Kundiman, however, posits a different point of view. Instead of an upward development, she paints the course society’s taken as an
We can't wait to see its beauty in person!
The iconic Manila Metropolitan Theater is set to open its doors this 2021 after a series of restoration efforts to revive the long-neglected art deco masterpiece. TOP STORY: KC Concepcion Recalls Encounter with a Snobbish Salesperson at YSLThe National Commission for Culture and the
They make the perfect gift!
Still wracking your brain for what to give those important people in your life? Here’s a cool idea for a truly memorable gift: personalized art. From pop-art portraits, to '80s-style celebrity notebooks, to toy figures of your family, there’s something unique to
Help a student in need by making these holiday-themed crafts!
With their #ForFutureHeroes campaign, no one can stop Globe from making us feel closer together this Christmas. Given the situation we’re in now, it's harder to beat the winter blues. Rest assured though that these arts and crafts workshops won't only make
You can enter the raffle contest too!
As the world continues to shift online, so has the art industry taken to the internet to further provide creatives with a profitable avenue amid the current pandemic. That said, if you missed the first ever online Art in the Park last
More than 2600 art pieces will be up for sale during the much-awaited online event.
PSA: Art in the Park is alive and kicking! Instead of holding the annual event at an outside venue (like what its name suggests), the beloved fair is moving online for their 2020 edition. Originally set for March 15 at the Jaime Velasquez
What would your art work look like on the cover of Preview?
The hashtag #VogueChallenge trended on social media around the second week of June, with netizens photoshopping themselves on the cover of the fashion magazine and posting these on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok. The variety of images that came forward were a celebration
They are honoring the heroes who work tirelessly every day in the midst of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown millions of lives off course, and there's no real way of knowing exactly what the world order will look like once this pandemic eventually recedes. Those of us who are able to work from home realize that our situation
With the #ArtforMedPH movement anyone can help from the safety of their homes.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic art, often undervalued and taken for granted, has reminded the world of its vitality to society. Aside from movies, books, music and other media keeping millions of homebound people company, artists have found a way to mobilize their
No pressure, just a whole lot of fun and fulfillment.
Given the enhanced community quarantine, I guess you could say we’ve been pretty tethered, at least spatially. Millions of people are forced to stay home, prompting a boom of online instructional content on how to best spend our time. Yet, there exists,
Time to carve out a reading nook!
Now's the time to reawaken the dedicated bookworm you were in high school.Seeing the responses we've received on our Instagram post asking readers for content inspo during the quarantine, we've decided to do a list of book recos! We've rounded up books
For those staying home these days.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn't only affect everyone's daily movement, but also forced theaters and galleries to close down. For one, Art Basel Hong Kong, meant to take place from March 19 to 21, has been called off; locally, Art in the Park—scheduled for