STORIES

Interview: Igan d’Bayan

Writer and artist Igan d’Bayan has been unsettling folks through his art for some time now. His paintings come in different sizes (some larger than life) and tackle different topics, but the one thing that they have in common is that they are mighty spooky. Igan is currently painting a series of inverted crosses. “No, […]

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Interview: Lala Gallardo-Samson

Lala Gallardo-Samson is a really cool artist. You can’t get simpler than that. Aside from winning first prize with her sister in the first Philippine Graphic Fiction Awards for their comic book, The Sad, Mad, Incredible But True Adventure of of Hika Girl, Lala does incredibly intricate, incredibly beautiful papercuts inspired by beautiful, dark things. […]

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Ranelle Dial’s Mindmapped

I’m posting this a week too late. It’ll be up until the 2nd of May so you still have time to see it. — Ranelle Dial MIND-MAPPED 8 April – 2 May 2010 Video room, Finale Art File Warehouse 17, La Fuerza Compound, Makati In Ranelle Dial’s recent exhibit Mind-Mapped opening at the Videoroom of […]

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Interview: Carlo Vergara

For the second installment in my interview series, I am fortunate to have Visconde Carlo Vergara, one of the country’s most talented writer/ illustrators and author of One Night in Purgatory and Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah, the latter one of my favorite graphic novels. Just just Filipino graphic novels, graphic novels, period. Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah is […]

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