“I’m obsessed with personalizing button-downs as gifts to people close to me. For my dad’s birthday, for instance, I had one of his drawings embroidered on chambray, his favorite kind of button-down fabric. Needless to say, he loved it!
I am sure you are often afraid to admit your anxieties, some of which may include the following: Am I ever going to make out with my hot Trigonometry classmate? What is that mole growing on my neck? And while we’re at it, how do I make my damn life Instagrammable?
Here’s what you need to know when gifting someone with the written word.
This year was arguably great for live music in the Philippines. From the head-banging, foot-stomping music of The Drums to electrifying sound of indie pop band Architecture in Helsinki, Manila is slowly becoming a hot spot for cool touring music acts from all over the world.
The thing about being young is we get to discover a lot of things about life and love. A few might not know what to make of all these new #feels, so they turn to their friends for help.
It’s the new generation’s dream—a social media account you decided to do for kicks snow-balling into a worldwide phenomenon. But that’s exactly what Toni Potenciano and Gisella Velasco of Fly Art Productions found themselves with exactly one year ago, when they set up an Instagram account and started working on a deceptively-simple-but-surprisingly-flexible premise: hip-hop lyrics on some of history’s greatest art.
A few months ago, Red Bull announced the three winners of their Doodle Art competition. In first place, Patrick Acma of Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College wowed Doodle Art judge Archie Geotina with his mother-and-child work that used mainly contrasting colors and expressions to illustrate a parent’s sacrifice and a child’s chance for a brighter future.
At first glance, it’s easy to assume that singer Kimbra might fall between the cracks of stardom.
I understand that this generation kind of baffles you—their behavior, how they think, the way they dress, the music they listen to. But ‘tis the Yuletide season and you want to give your millennial youngster something nice.