Upon entering the gates of Ninyo Fusion Restaurant, colorful booths of different homegrown brands and local crafts will greet you with a warm welcome. Arts and crafts heaven! Color explosion!
Claire Ganzon art: hand-painted fabric placemats, handmade notebooks, watercolor/oil.
Handmade journals by Artefact Handmade.
Trisha Laya art.
Beautiful hand-painted frames by Karen Versoza of Hapiwasabi.
Cute Dolldalita dolls.
Witty Inky Livie prints. HOMAYGAD!
Mesmerizing watercolor illustrations by the talented Raine Sarmiento.
Nelle and Gissele block print collection.
Gawani Femi painted pots and centerpieces are too cute! Did you see that hair peace on the left?
Up-cycled vinyl-records-turned-iconic-book/film/music-images from Vinyl Craft by Gerome Carlos.
Identity Accessories by Helen Cabrera.
Tweed and Twine travel accessories and homeware!
Zambales-based Mia Casal ceramics
Swap x Type watches with designs featuring our amazing calligraphers and typographers.
- Hey Kessy
- Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects
- Gawani Femi
- Marc Canvas Supply
- Vinyl Craft
- Kartwheel Creations
- Obra Paduding
- Dolldalita Dolls
- Knitting Expedition
- Inky Livie
- Swirls and Strokes
- Sunday Paper
- Raine Sarmiento
- Soul Flower & Identity
- Mia Casal Ceramics
- Studio Soup
- Ginton Forge: DIY Resin Station
- ANG INK
- Claire Ganzon Art
- Artefact Handmade
- Zeke and the Pirates
- Tweed and Twine
- Isa Silva Creations: DIY Leather Crafts Station
If you feel that it’s time to get inspired and learn a new skill [as seen here in the first part of our adventure], or hoard for art supplies and crafts of homegrown brands mentioned above… Katipunan Art Festival is the place to be.
For more details on this event, log on to Katipunan Art Festival’s Facebook Page.