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Tag Archives: Philippines

WITH YOUR HEAD, EYES AND HEART

Philippine photographic art and the ephemeral moments of life There is a popular art form that began in the twentieth century, contemporary art. Artists in this category use any medium to bring their creativity to life. Many of them also use photographs for inspiration. Even photography, in fact, like a painting or a sculpture, can help express one’s creative talent. …

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THE PHILIPPINE WAY TO CREATIVITY

An art that reflects its own culture and history Imagine an archipelago of over 7,000 islands in the Pacific Ocean, with breathtaking nature that offers sceneries of incomparable beauty. Throw in white sand, crystal clear sea and wild, lush vegetation. If you are looking for a destination to relax and enjoy nature, the Philippines https://www.lonelyplanet.com/philippines are dream islands, with enchanting …

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ISLANDS, HISTORICAL PLACES AND CREATIVITY – An author’s journey together with four Filipino creatives

Not to forget what heaven is Traveling through countries other than your own allows you to meet people and explore the world from a different perspective. Furthermore, each of your trips allows you to have relationships between different cultures and to confront yourself with them. Today we visit places with rice terraces, between many Vulcans and mountains. The paradise islands …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PERSONIFICATION – Niccolo Cosme and the brotherhood of men

Promote social awareness with photography He began a career in photography in 2001. For those who don’t know yet, he is an inspiring, sensual and disruptive photographer. Born in Cavite in 1980, Niccolo Cosme https://www.niccolocosme.com/ is a Filipino photographer based in Manila, Philippines. The son of a screenwriter and television director, he entered a reality-based singing competition. By adapting to …

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VISUAL NARRATIONS AND SYMBOLISM – Paul Ilario, between expressionism and fairy tales

When any theme arouses creative interest His acrylic on canvas The Jester King you can think of as an expressionistic painting or a fairy tale. Already from the age of four Paul Hilario https://paul-hilario.pixels.com/ aspired to become a muralist. When his father didn’t have paper to give him, he would draw on the walls of the house. Some television programs, …

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INNOVATIVE PEOPLE FROM PHILIPPINES – When genius determines a strong social impact

The archipelago where develop creative thinking Have you ever thought about what you would like to do with brushes and colors? There are those who think that painting is a means of expressing emotions; other people feel, and no experience is needed to paint. Usually, easy watercolor paints are diluted with water on a specific paper; trying it you will …

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WHEN COMMOTION IS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION – Nelson Bohol and his inspired work in the animation industry

The Filipino animator who made it big in Hollywood From his point of view, being an animated film designer is no different than being an action film designer. Having children too, he knows how to juggle the responsibilities of having a family and professional one. As a father of four, when he returns to the Philippines, he regularly visits the …

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THINGS YOU WANTED TO SAY BUT NEVER DID – Geloy Conception, that is, none of us or all of us at the same time

It can be me; it can be you If you asked him something about him, he would tell you that since 2017 he has lived taking photographs in the United States. Photographer born in Pandacan in 1992 and based in San Francisco (California), Geloy Concepcion https://www.geloyconcepcion.com/ knew the chaos of Manila from a very young age, when he started making …

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A WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE IN BALAGTAS – Francisco Balagtas and his poem Florante at Laura

The injustices of the Filipino natives, in the Tagalog language Born in April 1788, Francisco Balagtas https://artsandculture.google.com/entity/francisco-balagtas/m030402?hl=en was a Tagalog-speaking scholar during the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. Considered the Prince of Tagalog poets because of his masterpiece Florante at Laura, to go to school in exchange for domestic service, when he was young, he went to a distant …

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THE VALUE OF SIMPLE THINGS, AMONG BITTER SKINS – Philippines, where in one way or another everything happens at the right time

Where art is discretion, does not need to be notice In the pictorial compositions of Juan Novicio Luna, you can immediately grasp the constant presence of theatrical poses, wind and blood. When, on the other hand, you are looking for a painter who has a style that amalgamates influences of Cubism, Surrealism and Expressionism, then, you cannot help but think …

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