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craftmnl:

Check out these awesome artworks! All here because of the @bloomarts festival! We’ll be open until 8 PM tonight, and from 1-8 PM tomorrow for those who wanna drop by. (at CraftMNL)

craftmnl:

Check out these awesome artworks! All here because of the @bloomarts festival! We’ll be open until 8 PM tonight, and from 1-8 PM tomorrow for those who wanna drop by. (at CraftMNL)

my work for #bloomartsfestival is at @craftmnl :) Here is a better photo than the one earlier.

Oryang
30x60cm
acrylic on canvas

Part of the sales of this painting will go to helping the typhoon victims. :) #artph

my work for #bloomartsfestival is at @craftmnl :) Here is a better photo than the one earlier.

Oryang
30x60cm
acrylic on canvas

Part of the sales of this painting will go to helping the typhoon victims. :) #artph

The more the merrier!

Here is a blog of compiled art efforts of local artists who are currently holding art sales and fund drives to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda. There are individual artists offering their artworks or services, org efforts, call for artworks to be sold online, upcoming events.

Do let me know if you are interested in having your art efforts posted. The easiest way is to do so is to post it first on your personal page (Facebook or blog or website), then send me a link of the existing post. You can send me a private message via Ask, or email me (hello@francesalvarez.com). I am doing the least complicated way of posting, which is basically copying the original posts (image and text) of the artists and putting them on the blog.

Disclaimer: I just compile existing posts and calls for art. I tag posts with their respective media, but I don’t curate the posts. However, if the links contain materials which are extremely indiscreet, I reserve the right to not post them on the site. Art is art is art, and I’m no curator, but as the creator of the site it’s still my responsibility to keep things as dignified as possible, especially with the cause we are all contributing to. 

Thank you so much to those who have sent in their posts! Group hug!

MOST IMPORTANTLY: Spread the word! Do encourage your friends and family to view the site and do some early Christmas shopping there!

The more the merrier!

Here is a blog of compiled art efforts of local artists who are currently holding art sales and fund drives to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda. There are individual artists offering their artworks or services, org efforts, call for artworks to be sold online, upcoming events.

Do let me know if you are interested in having your art efforts posted. The easiest way is to do so is to post it first on your personal page (Facebook or blog or website), then send me a link of the existing post. You can send me a private message via Ask, or email me (hello@francesalvarez.com). I am doing the least complicated way of posting, which is basically copying the original posts (image and text) of the artists and putting them on the blog.

Disclaimer: I just compile existing posts and calls for art. I tag posts with their respective media, but I don’t curate the posts. However, if the links contain materials which are extremely indiscreet, I reserve the right to not post them on the site. Art is art is art, and I’m no curator, but as the creator of the site it’s still my responsibility to keep things as dignified as possible, especially with the cause we are all contributing to.

Thank you so much to those who have sent in their posts! Group hug!

MOST IMPORTANTLY: Spread the word! Do encourage your friends and family to view the site and do some early Christmas shopping there!

Dear Tumblr friends,

Parts of my home, The Philippines, have recently been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest typhoon in the world this year and one of the strongest typhoons in history. Provinces, cities, towns, farmlands have been flattened to the ground, and many are left without food, shelter, and family members.

Any help from anywhere you are in the world will go a really long way.

Thank you so very much.

Love,
Fran