Bratpack Remix New Collection: Personalize Your Packs with Patches and Pins
Customize your bags with art by Anjo Bolarda, JP Cuison, Celina De Guzman, and Lala Gallardo
(SPOT.ph) If your arms are decorated with either loom bands or tattoos, this might interest you. If you believe in supporting the local art scene, this might interest you too. Bratpack combines that burning human desire to mark our property (without having to use bodily fluids) with the opportunity to express support for four of the coolest artists is in the local scene today.
The brand commissioned Anjo Bolarda, JP Cuison, Celina De Guzman, and Lala Gallardo to create exclusive artworks that embody different but concurring philosophies for empowerment.
"Deities" by Lala Gallardo
"Freedom" by Celina De Guzman
Gallardo worked with the concept of "Deities," but instead of women with unattainable features, she sought to represent all women as young goddesses. Off with the long flowing locks and perfectly shaped noses. Celina de Guzman, or Cee, complements this with "Freedom." Birds and fish are prominent in her designs-the official spirit animals of liberty.
"Day Dream Express" by Anjo Bolarda
"The Artist" by JP Cuison
Bolarda’s contributions feature wide-open eyes. He’s awake but ever-dreaming, also evident in the bold and vivid colors of his pieces. Just as striking is JP Cuison’s Cyberborg Rizal, part of his interpretation of "The Artist."
In the end though, the audience still gives power to these images. Behind Cuison’s and all of the other artists’ illustrations is an attempt to engage the viewer in a conversation. After all, what good is art if no one looks at it?
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