April 15, 2013


BLIC paints a basketball court in Imus, Cavite, Philippines.

Photo from artist

April 13, 2013

Dr. Karayom's Negative Graffiti

Dr. Karayom claims himself as the modern caveman. And it seems so that he is. His fresh clean up of portions of a road wall in Lerma St. Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines reveals figurative urban anecdotes, which recalls the pre-historic cave paintings. But Dr. Karayom has used a reverse process of painting that is fitting to an urban area riddled with dirt and dust. When the pre-historic humans blew or brushed the pigments on the wall, or engraved images, Dr. Karayom wiped off parts of the dusty wall to create images. More photos here.

April 02, 2013

Paksiw's Letters

A fresh piece from Paksiw of Cavty Collective, which he claims is his first foray into letters. Known for his angler fish character. Paksiw has coined a term for his painting style called "geometers". 

Puto, Kawit, Cavite