Logo design for the all-female dance battle held at Recognize Studios, Singapore last February, 2014.
Branding for Willow, the clothing and jewelry brand of Tina Tagle. The brand specializes in delicate lace dresses and fine custom jewelry.
So happy to have contributed to New York’s cityscape with the branding of Sur, an Aregntinian bakery in the heart of Manhattan.
Stationery set and give-away sewing kit
Branding for the stylist and production designer, Carla Villanueva.
A monogram for the couple inspired by Dwarvish runes as well as their love for biking and the outdoors.
A Middle Earth-like map recounting the most significant points of the couple’s 15-year love story.
Save-the-Date sticker sets featuring characters from the Lord of the Rings and the couple themselves as elves.
Stole this last one from Chapter One Studios!
A Lord of the Rings inspired invitation for the beautiful wedding of Eena and Paolo Duay. Everything is illustrated and custom-lettered digitally.
An Alice in Wonderland and Great Gatsby inspired wedding invitation for the magical garden wedding of Stefanie Walmsley and Martin Valdes. Everything hand-drawn and hand-lettered.
Stealing clothes from boys! I thought it would be fun to play dress-up using my boyfriend’s clothes while he was away for a few days visiting his mom.
Borrowed items in each image are:
1. Baseball shirt
2. Denim shirt, Pants
5. Tank, Flannel shirt
Wasn’t quite ready to return to my own closet after.
I’ve always wanted to do an illustrated editorial and I finally got the chance to do so this week for YoungStar.
Styled by Karen Bolilia. Clothing, shoes and accesories from Team Manila, Bleach Catastrophe, OS, The Daily and Proudrace. Check out the full article here.
There’s something about being able to “people-watch” on the internet, a certain wonder at being able to see individuals from a completely different setting than the one you’re in.
Tried to paint some Tommy Ton photos too, this time around.
..”And that’ll be the best line in the book!” Haha.
I am a little bit obsessed with (read: absolutely LOVE) this series. And because I finally saw its third installment this weekend, I thought I’d take a look back at its past movie posters and do them in watercolor.