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Sexy and sustainable!
Planning to spend your holiday frolicking at the beach? Make the most of it by making a statement with Body Party's newest wearable art swimsuit line in collaboration with no other than Solenn Heussaf. Durable, sustainable, and printed on classic silhouettes flattering to
There's more to life than meets the eye.
Beauty, permanence, vulnerability. These are only a few concepts that the installations from the recently concluded Ateneo Art Awards seek to discuss. Showing now at the Ateneo Art Gallery, these intriguing and captivating artworks will force you to confront seemingly abstract ideas
Ning Orlina hopes to strengthen the Philippine art community.
The Philippine art movement has seen renewed vigor in the past decade in its drive to gain wider acceptance and sustained interest. While far from breaking through the mainstream, Philippine art has slowly been gaining maturity and refinement, a development that has
Andre Chang shows us how.
The sensory overload is real when you visit a beautiful country for the first time. Concerns would include which outfit to bring, which places to visit, and what are the best ways to document this particular trip. The pressure is doubled when
Illustrator and artist Yang Pulongbarit-Cuevo takes milestones and turns it into intricate papercut art.
Papercutting is the delicate art of cutting paper into intricate designs. One Filipina who has turned her craft into a business is Chicago-based illustrator and artist Yang Pulongbarit-Cuevo. Read on to find out how she got started and what inspires her creative
Take a look inside Ateneo de Manila's creative hub and art complex, Areté.
The Ateneo de Manila University has formally opened its biggest art undertaking yet—the massive creative hub and art complex Areté. The new building, designed by WV Coscolluela, features an Arts Wing and a Learning Innovation Wing connected by the Bridgeway. “It is
It's that time of the year!
Art Fair Philippines, now in its sixth year, just got even bigger, not just in terms of space, but also in its lineup of artists. The four-day event, to be held from March 1 to 4 at The Link in Makati City,
We tested the new feature of the Google Arts & Culture app on Manila society.
With billions of people inhabiting the earth, the chances of you having a doppelganger or even a close lookalike are not farfetched at all.The mobile application Google Arts & Culture, which has been around since 2016, has played around with this idea
We want one!
Every kid owns that one toy that defined his/her childhood. Now whatever that may be (mine was a make-believe cash register), we bet you've never seen one this cool.In 2011, artist Lilianna Manahan created not just a regular bicycle but a unicorn
Perfect for this extended weekend.
Guess what? We've found just the thing to keep you busy this long, blissfully work-free break! Ayala Malls and Ayala Museum help us to remember and experience the fun and full richness of life through their newest initiative, G.A.M.E.—the Greenbelt + Ayala Museum Experience.IMAGE Courtesy of
Soak up the eye (and soul) candy!
When you’re building a home, it’s good to stock your shelves with the necessary reads. In this case, make your nest come to life with books you can’t keep your eyes off. Philippine art books not only promote love for homegrown talent
There's definitely more to her art than meets the eye.
Kalsada is only Solenn Heussaff's second art exhibit and yet she already thinks it'll be a difficult one to top. The gallery couldn't be any more different than her first, both in execution and inspiration. Because while she stuck to her forte
Meet Sarah Geneblazo.
Artist Sarah Geneblazo describes her work as “realistic, contemporary, feminist and personal.” “My works are personal, and the personal is political.” Sarah suffered from sexual abuse near her home, and through her dark and poignant paintings, she seeks to remove the pain
The artist created the vampire’s lair!
The first time we were introduced to Leeroy New’s work was when he and designer Kermit Tesoro collaborated on an astounding collection at Philippine Fashion Week that easily became Holiday 2010’s favorite. A year after, a version of one of their designs
Fashion imitates art.
Designers were nowhere near short of inspiration this Spring-Summer 2017, curating their collections by way of the world's most priceless, most iconic artworks. We take you on a sartorial tour of the season's museum-worthy pieces, no entrance fee required.1. Hellenic: Mary KatrantzouCombining
The 24-year old painter on creating wearable art.
Paulina Sotto doesn't like to complicate things. "Even the way I dress, I'm super simple. Everything about me is simple," she says about her go-to shirt, jeans and sneakers look, "much like my work." For Old Navy's Never Basic Tees collection launch,
Here's where Solenn Heussaff, Andi Eigenmann, and Ellen Adarna get their ink.
If our previous article finally convinced you to get inked, your next move should be looking for a place to have it done. Lucky for you, we’ve got a referral list of tattoo parlors in Manila that have been recommended by some
From Chabet to Geraldine Javier here are the titles to take note.
If you're planning to "cleanse" this Holy Week, why not abstain from your digital compulsions and read a book instead? Writer Kara Ortiga shares three local titles you may want to pick up to feel inspired while learning a lot about the Filipino
And have your own cartoon you in 24 hours!
When you’re as popular as primetime royalty or Miss Universe, an animated portrait of yourself is but one of the many creative gifts fans like to give as a sign of adoration. While many of them are talented artists, there are a
Bea Valdes creates breath-taking art installations for the new Shangri-La at the Fort
What’s the first thing you notice when you arrive at a hotel? Next to the mini bar, I’ve always liked to marvel at the interiors. Perhaps it’s the art major in me that gravitates towards the styling and décor, and more so,