For a loooooooooooooong time, I had been trying to come up with the best idea for my logo. I kept thinking what could really represent me. Because logos are the quickest way to show people what our channels or blogs are all about, we should be very specific about our concept.
I tried and tried to analyze myself. I tried to dig deeper and deeper… but to no avail. 😪 Anyway, I thought I didn’t need it yet, so I decided to just do it later.
Until two blogging gigs required me to send my logo, so I had no choice but to quickly make one. I really had no idea yet, so I Googled logo maker. It showed me a few links, but the one that appealed to me the most was this: Continue reading “My New Logo and The Meaning Behind It (Subliminal CHAROT!) + How You Can Make Your Own”
Art seems to have a huge part of my life. My Tatay may not have been an artist by profession, but at least, he was an artist at heart. He was the go-to for everyone who needed signages for their shops, decals for their jeepneys, or college projects that could be worth an uno. He was a ‘jack-of-all-trades’ as he could literally just do so many things with his hands. I sometimes imagine what it would be like had he known Guil.
Guil‘s a freelance artist and is 1/3 of The Mighty Bhutens – a group of Baguio-based artists who specialize in tile mosaic art. He paints, prints shirts, builds, creates, and so many others.
I may not be an artist myself… I may not know a lot of stuff about art, but it is something close to my heart.
So imagine my delight when Titus and I were inside Art in Island last Saturday, the 22nd! It was super fun and it made everyone – including me – release the “inner child”. Continue reading “The Art of Being Part of Art | Adventures in Art in Island with Wish Card and 1K Solutions!”