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Artist / Entrepreneur / Student

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    I think that I found this piece cool because I’m at a stage in my life where in I want to grow an epic beard. It’s interesting how the artist chose to portray the length of the beard with dripping paint. It’s because of this that there seems to be a continuity and dynamism of the image.

    I think that I found this piece cool because I’m at a stage in my life where in I want to grow an epic beard. It’s interesting how the artist chose to portray the length of the beard with dripping paint. It’s because of this that there seems to be a continuity and dynamism of the image.

    — 12 months ago with 1 note
    #beard  #art  #block e3 
    Geometric and symmetrical patterns have always had a captivating effect on me. This piece combines a bunch of 80’s-esque patterns and features an illustration in the middle. I like the boldness of this piece and how trippy it starts to get after looking at it for a long time. In fact, it almost feels like it can be an optical illusion. 

    Geometric and symmetrical patterns have always had a captivating effect on me. This piece combines a bunch of 80’s-esque patterns and features an illustration in the middle. I like the boldness of this piece and how trippy it starts to get after looking at it for a long time. In fact, it almost feels like it can be an optical illusion. 

    — 12 months ago
    #art  #illustration  #block e3 
    Prompt: This is the signature of the self-run business I came up with a year ago. “Ursus et Cervus” is Latin for “The Bear and Stag”. The name of the business stemmed from the conceptual idea of what I planed to achieve with the brand. Ursus et Cevus aims to bridge together elegance and class with an urban/contemporary flare; inherently bringing about the archetype of a modern gentleman/individual. In addition, the logo features two intersecting rectangles to represent an overlap of creative outlets and fields. (Apparel/Music/Print&Publication/Furniture)  Ultimately, I wanted the logo to represent a new and upcoming lifestyle brand in Manila. 

    Prompt: This is the signature of the self-run business I came up with a year ago. “Ursus et Cervus” is Latin for “The Bear and Stag”. The name of the business stemmed from the conceptual idea of what I planed to achieve with the brand. Ursus et Cevus aims to bridge together elegance and class with an urban/contemporary flare; inherently bringing about the archetype of a modern gentleman/individual. In addition, the logo features two intersecting rectangles to represent an overlap of creative outlets and fields. (Apparel/Music/Print&Publication/Furniture)  Ultimately, I wanted the logo to represent a new and upcoming lifestyle brand in Manila. 

    — 12 months ago with 2 notes
    #block e3  #ursusetcervus  #logo 
    I have always loved murals because of it’s massive scale. This mural features a bunch of enormous stickers posted on a building. It’s interesting how murals are not limited to the typical paint medium. It is no wonder the lines and strokes of the images are so clean and flat. 

    I have always loved murals because of it’s massive scale. This mural features a bunch of enormous stickers posted on a building. It’s interesting how murals are not limited to the typical paint medium. It is no wonder the lines and strokes of the images are so clean and flat. 

    — 12 months ago
    #sticker  #art  #block e3 
    I like how the soft tones and cool colors add to the eerie sci-fi effect of this image. In addition, it is given this whole x-ray and experimental vibe because of the contrast between the subject and the background. Furthermore, the symmetry also adds a certain haunting feeling to the whole work. 

    I like how the soft tones and cool colors add to the eerie sci-fi effect of this image. In addition, it is given this whole x-ray and experimental vibe because of the contrast between the subject and the background. Furthermore, the symmetry also adds a certain haunting feeling to the whole work. 

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #block e3  #art 
    This illustration by Jon Fox feels really trippy and psychedelic. I’m not entirely sure how he is able to use so many colors in one composition and still managing to make it work. He also puts a twist on a seemingly japanese theme by incorporating weird elements such as the solar system and the weird cloud. Ultimately, I like how completely random elements join together to make this artwork. 

    This illustration by Jon Fox feels really trippy and psychedelic. I’m not entirely sure how he is able to use so many colors in one composition and still managing to make it work. He also puts a twist on a seemingly japanese theme by incorporating weird elements such as the solar system and the weird cloud. Ultimately, I like how completely random elements join together to make this artwork. 

    — 1 year ago
    #block e3  #japanese  #art 
    I think that the image works because of the use of bold colors and rough pastel strokes. Through it, the image is given more texture, depth, and dimension. Overall, I think the drawing quality of this photo is it’s obscurity . I’m not entirely sure why it depicts a woman with a cat, but it elicits a playful and completely random disposition of the artist.

    I think that the image works because of the use of bold colors and rough pastel strokes. Through it, the image is given more texture, depth, and dimension. Overall, I think the drawing quality of this photo is it’s obscurity . I’m not entirely sure why it depicts a woman with a cat, but it elicits a playful and completely random disposition of the artist.

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #art  #cat  #block e3 
    I love the play on textures in the illustration. It’s cool how different patterns can show various textures. Although there is a clash with the use of texture, It’s good how the artist was able to tie everything together by creating a continuity of circles; giving it unity.

    I love the play on textures in the illustration. It’s cool how different patterns can show various textures. Although there is a clash with the use of texture, It’s good how the artist was able to tie everything together by creating a continuity of circles; giving it unity.

    — 1 year ago
    #art  #ilustration  #block e3 
    I find this illustration really interesting. It’s cool how the artist made use of her color combinations to elicit a sort of tropical vibe/ambiance to her work. I think this would look amazing on a textile medium.

    I find this illustration really interesting. It’s cool how the artist made use of her color combinations to elicit a sort of tropical vibe/ambiance to her work. I think this would look amazing on a textile medium.

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #pattern  #illustration  #block e3 
    French street artist, Tilt, decorated a hotel room with his iconic graffiti lettering. I like how he developed contrast by creating a clear division between the painted and the unpainted. Although I personally would not live in a room like this, I think it would make an interesting conversation room. 

    French street artist, Tilt, decorated a hotel room with his iconic graffiti lettering. I like how he developed contrast by creating a clear division between the painted and the unpainted. Although I personally would not live in a room like this, I think it would make an interesting conversation room. 

    — 1 year ago with 17 notes
    #tilt  #graffitti  #block e3