Now I’ve collaborated with Muni again to produce artwork for Moonleaf Tea Shop‘s annual planner 😀
I’m one of several Filipino artists who contributed artwork for the planner, which will be launched on November 16th at Moonleaf Maginhawa (that’s in the faraway land of Quezon City… says this Southerner).
Everyone’s invited to the planner launch, aptly called “Not Another Coffee Shop Planner (we’re a tea shop!): THE LAUNCH.” Hahahahaha.
Moonleaf posted a sneak peek of my final illustration on their Facebook page:
I’ll post the whole piece after the launch, or see it for yourself on November 16.
Not Another Coffee Shop Planner (we’re a tea shop!): THE LAUNCH
16 November 2013, 2PM onwards
@ Moonleaf Maginhawa
103 Maginhawa street, UP Teacher’s Village, 1101 Diliman, Quezon City
What to expect:
– Pop-up shops by Muni.com.ph, Punchdrunk Panda, Cubism Family, and the Moonleaf 2014 Planner!
– Upcycled craft workshop by Katha Magazine
– Design talk by artist collaborator Rob Cham
– Musical performances by Gentle Universe / Musiko Imbento
And in light of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), Muni is organising The Better Closet.
Sometimes victims of disasters are inundated with more donated clothes than they need, so the clothes end up in piles, unused. In my opinion, it’s better to donate money which agencies and charitable organisations ON THE GROUND of the disaster will know how to direct towards supplies the victims need the most (clean water, food, medicine). The money The Better Closet will make from selling the clothes on November 16 will go to the typhoon victims. So donate your NICE, pre-loved clothes, drop by, and shop for a cause. Email Muni PH at the email address listed above or tweet them at @Muni_PH for more details. You can also read about The Better Closet here.
See you on November 16 for the planner launch! Jen from Muni says 50% of planner sales on that day will go towards relief efforts for victims of Typhoon Yolanda, so more reason to go. I’m going, even I’m from faraway Parañaque. Let me know if you’re planning to drop by– it’s a rare chance to see me out in the wild (as I work from home and don’t go out much. LOLOL).