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A lot of catching up to do. Game! 

MMFF unveils entries in indie and shorts sections.

The film “Bagong Ligo” from Mapua Multimedia Arts and Sciences made it! Congratulations and good luck to all entries. :)

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These are some of the screen shots of our final project in Web Design Principles (CS102-1L) class under Mapúa Tech’s School of Information Technology (SOIT). 

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More photos here -  PGDA 2011: The Preparation

Good job to Mapua D2 (Design - Deconstruct) Team for this!

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Illustration seminar last Oct. 14, 2011 at the Mapúa Institute of Technology.

Thanks to D2 (Design - Deconstruct) organization, ASEO and Robbie. Learned a lot!

(Photo via Kiko De Dios)

The D2 (Design - Deconstruct) organization invited Vincent “ASEO” Rhafael Aseo and Robbie “The Creative Dork” Bautista to give a talk about illustration this coming October 14, 2011 at the Mapúa Institute of Technology. See you there! 

Oct. 14, 2011 - PHP30/Session -  9AM-12pm / 1PM-4PM - Seminar Room, Mapúa Institute of Technology. 

D2 (Design - Deconstruct) is an organization in Mapúa Institute of Technology - Multimedia Arts and Sciences (MAS) department and also a recipient of Merit Award during the last Philippine Graphic Design Awards (PGDA).

Featured at Graphika Manila 2011

One of my works made it in the Graphika Manila 2011 Book! Congratulations to some of my friends who made it, too! :) 

Fun With Holgas by Cedric Lee

(Photos by Katee Miranda)

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Cardinal Notes 2011

Huzzah! THIS. IS. IT. Four thousand copies to be distributed to Mapuan freshmen! To older batches, lets cross our fingers. 

Ang galing, Dezza! Sana mayroon din kami. Haha!


Starry Starry Manila by Vincent Quilop

A Filipino version of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting.

Mapua Multimedia Arts Represent! 

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Valerie Chua is a self-taught illustrator from Manila. She specializes
in traditional media such as watercolor, acrylic and paper collage.
Her work is predominantly influenced by East Asian watercolor artists,
magical realist literature and poetry.

A lot of Valerie’s works are composed of female faces and figures
displaying an equivocal sense of honesty and ambiguity. Recently she
has been attracted to Japan’s Mori (Forest) Girl subculture, which
gives prime to innocence and simplicity.

You can view her works at quietgirl.net and green-tea.deviantart.com

Galing, Sir!