Mutatio. Serigraph print. Silver Acrylic on Black.
Another one of the pieces from Impression/Reflection. This is one of the first pieces where I started experimenting with photography and incorporating it into the serigraph process. As you can see at this point, I still haven’t gotten the hang of adjusting its contrast enough to properly let the paint penetrate through the screen.
This piece was an attempt to illustrate a contrast between modernity and tradition. Having a very classic Filipiniana inspired design encapsulate an image that reveals very modern-day ideas, having photography mesh into ornament, it was a challenge of fitting in elements that often contradict meld into a cohesive piece.
Defining the Infinite. Serigraph print. silver acrylic on black.
The headlining piece for Impression/Reflection, my first solo exhibition that happened last August 9 at Terrace 45. Everything was sold out and the event was a complete success!
Thank you to everyone who came and showed their support! Much love to you guys! :D
Will be having my first solo exhibition this Saturday! See you guys there! :D
Late Batman day post! Here’s an info-graphic I did for a paper I wrote last semester: How audience, society and cultural context has influenced the design evolution of an iconic, fictional character. Batmaning at a graduate level :))
experimenting with different illustration techniques
Spent an hour consulting Martin Venesky in his office today. The man and his space is inspiring!
Experiments In Form: 9.8
My Kill la Kill tribute OOTD a.k.a. the old school brawler look :))