IN EVERYTHING that we do and in anywhere we go, we should bear our culture with us. We should also do our best to improve ourselves not only in our own field but also holistically. We should open ourselves up to the times to embrace change, as change is good.
In making designs, it is not the symbol itself but what it represents. It is therefore the essence of the symbol. Some designs can be used as an aesthetic, tactical experience as this could be a good approach especially to young minds.
Let us inspire to bring out the best of each other. Make our city our inspiration! Onwards to creativity, onwards Cordillera!
BAGUIO. Design creatives with Josef Crisanto, Ar. Aris Go, Adelaida Perez, Dr. Raymundo Rovillos, Brian Tenorio, and DTI Baguio-Benguet Provincial Director Freda Gawisan. (Photo by Osharé)
BAGUIO. “BUWES” by Rose Ann Wangdali. In like manner to the ants, a Cordilleran is self-reliant, self-sufficient, industrious and resilient. The ants are in a “dap-ay” or circle who are in constant communication. The buwes represents a strong bayanihan system. As a design product, the buwes may be used as seats in an inviting and entertaining children’s park. (Photo by Osharé)
BAGUIO. From L to R. Mentors, representatives from the Design Center Philippines and the Department of Trade and Industry Jowee Alviar, Josef Crisanto, Paul Cenizal, Analiza Perez, Stephanie Pablo, and Dr. Eric Zerrudo. (Photo by Osharé)
BAGUIO. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) Regional Designers Bootcamp. (Photo by Osharé)
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