If you could travel back in time, what will you tell your childhood self?
I can imagine multitude ways of how a conversation with my childhood self will conclude. I will probably give up on answering random questions that usually start with “How” and “Why”, and just say some annoying thing like “Google it.” We may spend the afternoon hoping that Mojacko will be stranded somewhere near our house. Or, we would probably look for Professor Oak and start an exciting adventure with Pokémon. Maybe, I will even bribe my deprived childhood self to continue playing the various instruments (that my parents bought for me because I said I wanted to learn how to play them) with lots of junk food. There are so many possibilities!
Last October, Via, and I, along with a forced-to-be obligated guest (Holler, JP! 😛 ), went to Fully Booked Top Shelf at Bonifacio High Street for INK Fest 2015! By the way, Via has written an entry on the event here! In the event, a mini exhibit showcased what the different illustrators will tell their childhood self. For this entry, I have compiled some of my favorite works from the exhibit. Enjoy!
Note: If you want to see the title of the featured artworks and the name of the incredible artist behind it, just hover your mouse over the picture. 😀 You can also click the image to go to the artist’s website or portfolio.
Letters of Assurance
Letters of Advice
Letters to Reminisce
Human experience helps us in moulding ourselves into who we are today. When looking into the past, others may feel regret; while, others are genuinely satisfied.