Before the unveiling, Juilian Bautista was awarded the most outstanding artwork entitled “Taxes”. Juilian is a third year BS Animation student hoping that people will realize and see what is like for a Filipino who are experiencing the bad side of things. Through his work he wants people to feel the need of change against all kinds of abuse. Follow his artworks at facebook.com/juilianredb or at juilianbaustista.tumblr.com.
|“Taxes” by Juilian Bautista|
|Juilian with his parents and iACADEMY’s Board of Governors|
Sharing my favorites from the exhibit.
|“Change the Fallen Future: by Betina Mascenon|
Betina is a freshman taking up BA Multimedia Arts and Design and also illustrates for Candy Magazine from time to time. Her work “Change the Fallen Future” tackles the future that not only the Philippines faces, but also the world, if air pollution is not addressed.
|“Sea of Filth” by Anne Garcia|
Anne who is also freshman taking up BS Animation which her art style is heavily influenced by Eastern Asian style known as anime. “Sea of Filth” tackles the issues of health care and consequences of too much unattended waste. See her artworks at facebook.com/DigiArtEienflower or at instagram.com/eienflower.
|“The Empty Bowl” by Hazel Key de Dios”|
is all about poverty and food shortage amongst children. Follow her artworks online at facebook.com/kisama19.
|“Bars” by Apple Aquino|
Apple is in her fourth year in BA in Fashion Design and Technology whose passion is to illustrate female forms and clothes since she started college. Little did she know that she would fall inlove in different art forms which is shooting fashion editorials in both traditional and digital. Her “Bars” is about standing up for yourself and fighting for your beliefs and goals in life. Follow her on instagram @pommemai to see more of her artworks.
Apart from the art exhibit, you can also watch them making illustrations which is really amazing. Every stroke looks precise! Such gifted individuals!
It is nice to know that there are still young individuals pursuing the need for change and using their love for art as a vessel. Cheers to you guys! 🙂
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