September 12, 2012

AGINI! A Wall in Pangasinan

This is a wall in development in Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan, Philippines. It was painted by a group of Pangasinan street artists called AGINI. The group's name is a Pangasinense expression of surprise at seeing something new. Seen here are works by Insektoo, Patrick Fernandez, Jojit Solano, Boni De Guzman and Kat Abenoja.

September 11, 2012

Subway wheatpaste

Blic (CVTY Collective, PSP) is shown here doing a paste-up on the steps of the subway near Manila City Hall.

Photo courtesy of Blic

September 10, 2012

What Fools and the Wise Dream Of

One Day wrote a Turkish proverb on top of a street mural along J.P.Laurel Avenue (Bajada) in Davao City, Philippines in early 2011. One Day is a Davao-based street artist who's known for writing inspirational quotes around the city. His signature is the inverted triangle at the end of each quote.

See more One Day's works here.

September 06, 2012

Ang Gerilya's Sample Wheatpaste

A member of Ang Gerilya signs a paste-up that will be used in their talk on street art at Assumption College in Makati, Philippines today. Ang Gerilya also spoke on street art with PSP's Jood in "Face the Wall" for San Beda's Social Sciences and Humanities Week last Aug. 28-31, 2012. 

Photo courtesy of Ang Gerilya

September 05, 2012

Nemo's Three Dimensional Invasion

Witness the invasion this Sept. 15, 2012 show at the Ronac Art Center!

United South: Triskaideka x Rai Cruz

Triskaideka x Rai Cruz
United South 2 Live Art Sessions
Sosimo Resto bar, Naga City, Bicol

September 01, 2012


Talks dedicated to street art and graffiti have cropped through the years and mostly to jampacked audiences. There was Nemo's talk and art demo at St. Scholastica in Feb 2011 and other interactions in schools, in galleries or in the streets. This week, San Beda's Social Sciences and Humanities departments held "Face the Wall" a lecture and forum on graffiti and street art, which featured PSP's Jood Clarino and members of Ang Gerilya, as speakers. Talks such as this, especially ones that are academe-initiated, shows the growing interest to understand the Philippine street art and graffiti movements.