With technology slowly eating up every bit of my attention span, I notice that my thirst for knowledge and creativity is slowly biting the dust. We have forgotten what it’s like to be expressive and wandering free thinkers.
As the season continues to rain on our parades, it’s hard to see the silver lining sometimes — literally. Summer’s gone, school’s back, and it’s getting harder and harder to get out of bed in the morning.
Dear Millennial Job Seeker,
Like any eight-year-old basic bitch in the late ’90s, I flirted with the idea of becoming an artista. It didn’t seem to be a particularly hard job, anyway.
As The Philippine Star celebrates its 28th anniversary, we play Fantasy Football with some of our favorite creatives and round up 28 kids who we think are inspiring other kids.
The world of craft seems to be slowly taking center stage and now people are starting to appreciate the art of DIY. To supply the increasing demand, more craft stores are opening both online and offline. All of a sudden, creative kids everywhere decorate everything — from notebooks to remote controls — with washi tape (a decorative Japanese masking tape).
There’s very little room to question the It-ness that makes Martine Cajucom one of Manila’s most popular faces today. As one of the girls who brought sexy back — at a time when we didn’t even real- ize it was gone. Martine is fun, hip, and brimming with individuality.
We are a page torn off from a book unwritten, a split second of a time not yet, an homage to an abandoned bar of abandon. We are a trivial detail to a hoax, the face of an unmet lover, a monument in a lost map. We are magic realists and fake-tionists. We are Future Zines. We are printed exploits in future tense.”
If you’re going to put up a theater company, it shouldn’t be because you wanna do a certain show. It should be because you want to do a kind of theater for your audience. In my case, I wanted to give my audience an experience.