If you’ve been wondering where we’ve been… the three of us went on a mini holiday break last December. I extended finishing some projects a few weeks after. Elaine and I attended Graphika Manila last week… and finally, we’re back… with stories to tell. *wink wink*
I’ve been doing some envelope addressing projects for friends’ weddings recently and I thought I might share one of the “shortcuts” I used to get them done on time.Read More »
Islamic calligraphy is the highly venerated practice of handwriting for the lands sharing a common Islamic cultural heritage. Its development of becoming one of the major forms of artistic expression in Islamic cultures can be attributed to the Qur’an as it is a common text upon which Islamic calligraphy is based. It is said that in Islamic calligraphy, the pupil would copy their master’s work repeatedly until their handwriting was similar.
Come on! Let’s go and take a peek inside the Qur’an and Manuscript Gallery of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia!
On the second day of its eleventh year, Graphika Manila continued to inspire thousands of Filipinos to live a creative life starting with Patrick Cabral followed by fellow creatives including Blind represented by Matthew Encina, Gemma O’Brien, Pixar Animation represented by Benjamin Su, TokiDoki by Simone Legno, and Harvey Tolibao.