Marc John Israel: The Crayon Filipino Artist

Marc John Israel is an aspiring Filipino artist known for using Crayola Crayon as medium. He is a freelance artist who does altered art for magic—“The Gathering Wizards of the Coast gaming cards.”

Jun Cambel Hong Kong Based Filipino Contemporary Artist

Mixed media art is frequently used to express political views or social statements but for contemporary artist Jun Cambel, he views art as a tool to raise people’s environmental awareness—as global climate change becomes more serious, Jun thinks that he has an obligation to express his views on the issue of environmental protection. He prefers…

Joel Chavez, Contemporary Realist Filipino Painter

Joel Chavez has a slightly different idea of Renaissance portraiture than the average artist. He has this contrasting idea of what a contemporary portraiture art making should be. This artist whose first solo exhibition was recently exhibited at the Art Underground Gallery in Mandaluyong City called “Redeeming the Rebirth,” who paints wonderful portraits in Renaissance…

Patrick Esmao: Too-Dimensional Filipino Artist

Name: Patrick D. Esmao Art Form: Visual Art Areas of Interest I started with painting, but right now I’m exploring what I call “TOO-DIMENSIONAL ART”. Too-Dimensional stands for “very dimensional”. A wall bound sculpture using 3D geometric objects made out of paper boards. At this stage of exploring this type of art, most of my…

The Multiplatform Artist: Surrealist – Francisco “Bobit” Segismundo

Francisco Segismundo is inspired by his multi-colored gamut of famous characters. He quips his subject with playful satirical genial works that give subliminal images. You will usually see an adage of platitude groupings of seemingly unrelated objects and visual allusions with a blast of dramatic elements splattered all over the canvas.

Filipino Artist: Wiljun”Jay”Magsino—His art and his poetry

Wiljun “Jay” Magsino closes influence and inspiration is his father who dabbled in metal art craft as his hobby. Since childhood, his love for drawing was evident.  Mostly self-taught, he learned the basics of drawing by reading books about art and observing the works of other artists. His art education begun when he was in…