THE FUCK YOU!! SHOW

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The “FUCK YOU!!” show is the first initiative by a group of friends to introduce and celebrate lowbrow art & culture in Cebu. But don’t take that statement seriously. We were really just having fun.

Participating artists: Flai, Bartbombs, Karingkay, Electric Wasteland, Uzi Emperado, Junks, Kenny Badana,Wyndelle Remonde, CrazzyMaggot, El Chayox, Hash.









Vandalismo

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What started as a small gathering to “decorate” one of the rooms ended up in long and serious discussions about the local graffiti scene, punk/DIY culture, and lowbrow art. I’m thankful to be surrounded by such beautiful and creative minds.






CURSESELLER INTERVIEW

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Did an interview for Curseseller, the book on the occult I did a cover design for. Read the interview on their Facebook page, or click on “Read More” below.

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Diversities II opening night

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The cocktails/food was great. And oh the paintings were real nice too. ;)














DIVERSITIES II: Exhibition of undersized works

856-G Gallery

May 2 – 31, 2012

Participating artists: Aaron Bautista (Angono), Khriss Bajade (Cebu), Monnar Baldemor (Laguna), Max Balatbat (Caloocan), Roniel Compra (Cebu), Joey Cobcobo (Mandaluyong), Uzi Emperado (Cebu), Jes Evangelista (Quezon City), Carlos Francisco II (Angono), Honesto Guiruela (Valenzuela), Russ Ligtas (Cebu), Sio Montera (Cebu), Isidro Santos (Angono), Palmy Pe-Tudtud (Cebu), Javy Villacin (Cebu)

Just another day at the office

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Literally a breath of fresh air

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All I’ve been doing the past few weeks was sit in front of the desk/monitor for hours, alternating between work and “play” (play with the PS3, that is). A trip to the countryside last Friday with some of my old friends from USC College of Fine Arts was a welcome breather. Around 60 artists, a mix of students and professionals, participated in the yearly on-the-spot “en plein air” oil painting competition in Gaas Balamban, Cebu. The pictures below don’t even speak enough of how beautiful the place is.

I didn’t join the contest. The plan was to relax and enjoy the scenery,  so I didn’t bring any painting materials. Seeing how fun the artists were having through painting made me realize too late that I should’ve armed myself with more than just a sketchpad and some pencils. Nevertheless, I learned a lot just looking at other people work and talking with painters whose line of work is very different from mine.