Kryz Uy’s Christmas Bokeh Portrait. Taken at Dahilayan.
Wow, it’s been awhile. Sorry for the long absence but I’m backkk and with so much to share.
First of, I was thinking of making a Christmas bokeh tutorial. I know, I know, it’s been done before. But it’s really just a pretty effect. And whenever I see photos like this (see above) I get all warm inside. So if this is something you’d like to see, hit me up in the comments and I’ll put something together.
From l-r: Milen Aquino, Ccia Ang, Enzo Rabat, Adlai Rivera, Angela Fortich, Essa Santos, Mark Lotzof, Jessika Knight, and Mia Arcenas
Photos: Hannah Bacalla, Styling: Kryz Uy, Art Direction: Jacklyn Uy
And in WAGW news, the holiday season is always my busiest. I’m happy to announce that WAGW now has it’s very own website! Be sure to check it out: shopwagw.com. While you’re there check out the new Holiday issue we’ve just published. Featuring our Young Ambassadors of Style from Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.
I love a good black and white but it is amazing what a little color can do. Above is a portrait of Alexander Graham Bell. Recolored by artist, Sanna Dullaway. Head on over to her website for more.
Some mid-week inspiration.
Timelapse video of artist Patrick Vale drawing the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building.
Music – Moanin’ by Charles Mingus.
To be honest I’ve been feeling completely exhausted and uninspired lately. That is until I saw this, James Farr created a Pac-Man fan movie for no other reason than, well, the love of Pac-Man. And the cherry on top of the sundae, it’s friggin’ fantastic!
I’m still swamped with work and feeling limited and doubting my self-worth and blah blah blah… where was I? Oh yeah, but (big BUT) it’s so refreshing to see someone creating something (of amazing quality) just for the love of it.
So with no more adieu, I give you “Pac-Man the Movie”:
Hope this reignites your creative juices x
Holy Batdog I’ve been gone awhile. Apologies, things have been crazy busy. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s coming.
On a completely unrelated note, have you met Batdog? My friend, Sabs, recently introduced me to this and it has brought me countless moments of laughing out loud (or more accurately, giggling silently to myself).