Another picture-heavy post.
Look! Silkscreen ba ang tawag dyan? Tapos thread lang yung pinanggawa sa face!
Very blue chair. Nice pop of color.
You need to turn the one at the center and then those images appear. When stopped, it’s just all mirrors. Aliw ‘no?
This is entitled Baguio. Close to my heart. And it made me miss home more now! And made me wish that one of the winodws in my home was designed that way. Sayang hehehe. Gusto ko umuwi this weekend!!!!
Brain chair. Parang weird upuan no? Hehehe.
Eto di ko maintindihan. Male and female chest sya na may tao sa loob. Confused ba sya? Pardon the ignorance.
There was a small room in one of the galleries with female figurines exchanging stories, like my mowdel friends hehehe. No, I asked them to pretend hehehe.
Uses thread and textile cloth. How do they do that?!
Another one that uses thread and textile cloth.
For adults only.
At the forest. The water drops from the stone and creates a ripple at the basin and the reflection is reflected beautifully around the room.
Nice artwork outside.
“Take your time.” Ok, noted.
Apo Wang-od, the famous Tattoo lady from Kalinga.
Bulol. There was a phone in question. Why are most of the bulols in a sitting position? My answer, but I’m not really sure though. In the olden times, our Igorort ancestors use super low stools to sit on. No sofas and no dining tables. The food is served on the floor and they eat sitting down (with or without those low stools actually). And so that’s the reason why I think most bulols are in a sitting position. And this reminds me, my lola has this! I want to ask one of those. Hopefully they still have one! Btw, we call them bangkito. From bulol to bangkito. Anong connect? Hehehe.
Pool shaped in number 8.
And lastly, this beautiful flower kissed by the rain. Pretty, right?