• News

    My creative workspace on Katha magazine + a giveaway!

    Want to see where I work? Newly-launched Katha Magazine featured my creative space in their second issue released November 3rd. Have you seen Katha yet? It’s a bi-monthly creative resource for and about Filipino creatives and is filled with interesting articles, awesome photos and art direction, and great creative styling! I’m honored and flattered to be asked to be part of their second issue to share pictures of where I work ๐Ÿ™‚ Check out the article and read Katha FOR FREE here: http://bit.ly/katha-issue02 You can also download their first and second issue as a PDF here (free!): http://bitly.com/download-katha I work from home, and home is my parents’ house in Paranaque…

  • Odds and Ends

    Going to the dentist and an Inquirer feature on my Instagram feed

    Note: This post was going to be a Sunday Snippets entry which should explain the randomness at the start. I didn’t get to post it then because my hosting provider was down at the time. * * * I went to the dentist last Saturday. Sad face. I hate, hate, HAAAAATE going to the dentist, even if it’s just for a routine cleaning. Going to the dentist is one of my biggest non-mortal fears, and while my current dentist is nice, I cannot fathom why there are people who choose to become dentists. It’s a horrible profession! …said the girl with a lot of cavities in her teeth. I had…

  • Odds and Ends,  Sunday Snippets

    Sunday Snippets: doodled film canisters and new products in the shop

    A few weeks ago, I doodled on these stickers for a collab/project with Muni PH for their #CutTheCrap #NoMoreButts anti-cigarette butt litter campaign (read about my involvement in campaign here). The stickers have since gone on to “funkify” old film canisters that will be repurposed as portable, temporary storage for your cigarette butts, handy for times when trash bins aren’t immediately available (when you’re at the beach, for example, or when you’re *cough* in an SM mall where trash cans are hard to come by *cough*). Muni is having a film canister donation drive that’s been extended until June 6th, so if you’re local and have old film canisters lying…