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CARTOON ‘S FILIPINO WAVE – Fred Carrillo, among pioneers of Philippine Komiks illustration

Drawing pencils and inks, image size 10″ x 15″ During World War II, he began by designing propaganda material for a guerrilla movement. Born in Kalibo (Aklan, Philippines) in 1926, Fred Carrillo http://fredcarrillo.weebly.com/ studied fine arts and architecture at the University of Santo Tomas. After the war, he began his career as an artist working for DC Comics. With his …

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THE ARTIST WHO CAME FROM THE MASSES – Carlo J. Caparas, a conflict of aesthetic systems

When an Artist Award it is declared void  He is known as a director of numerous massacre films such as Kuratong Baleleng. Filipino comic strip creator and writer-turned film director he was born in Pampanga in 1958. At the University of Santo Tomas Hospital in Manila, Donna Villa, passed away when was 57. Together with husband, Carlo J. Caparas https://www.facebook.com/LenteNiCaparas/, …

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