“There was a couple –a doctor and a lawyer–about to get a divorce. The reason is not because of infidelity but because they argue too much about everything and they said maybe they are simply just not the perfect match.” When I went to the forest after a long day
My dear country, Philippines. Imagine if each and everyone of us promote our own beautiful islands, all those wonders we have? Mountains. Sweet appealing people, religious and traditional. We have the perfect oriental mixes, unlimited source of energies and the kind of climate every countries wished they had.
A million thanks to everyone that came through to the opening of IMPRESSIONS: A Collection by KSOLE, last Saturday at illest Los Angeles. The place was packed in support of art, camaraderie, and of course, beer. This was my third yet most invested show and I’m really proud of the A
So what really happens on a Saturday night when nostalgic cars meet? Last April 16, I attended the Sushi Factory Meet and Run. Held for the 16th time, this meet was different. It was an invite-only late night Skyway run. Unfortunately my camera had its own way of thinking. The lens was just
This coming Saturday May 9, illest Los Angeles once again transforms into an art space for the opening reception of Impressions: A Collection by Kenneth “KSOLE” Soleta. I wasn’t planning on curating an art show so quickly after BRANDALISM; I wanted to take a little break and nurture my role. But this one
Blogging seems to have become less important these days since the invention of instagram and the many social apps that share information by the second. Ill try to post a photo a day and talk about the photo to try to slow things down. First photo is from my most
North County San Diego’s UNIV (http://univbrand.com), along with Juxtapoz Magazine and Chandran Gallery have curated and organized a group of 19 contemporary artists to create custom artwork on UNIV surfcraft to be auctioned off for the Waves For Water organization. The project began during Art Basel in Miami where a
The events that have transpired in the Philippines since November 8 – the strongest storm in recorded history, the missing people, the death toll, the devastation – are unreal. There is no need to mention or reference the catastrophic consequences that have incurred; you’ve seen the media coverage. How this
Two weeks ago I took pictures of the build process of the first RWB in Manila. It was an honor watching Nakai-San work in the flesh, build quality is amazing his attention to detail was up to par, not to mention he only needed three days to complete the car.