Tinkering Tales

Tinkering with something new, with concepts and traditional mediums that have been long untouched which meant the perfect time to re-discover them.

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My work will be up alongside other fellow INKies of Ang INK for our 25th year and  we will be celebrating it at Ayala Museum

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We’d love for you to join us at the opening reception of our exhibit, Tinker Tales on Sept. 12, 2016, 6 PM. See you there!

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A Tale Spun on Nettle

Takes from Princess Nettle Weaver

Can you guess what story this has been based? 🙂

Participating work for the upcoming
Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan‘s 23rd Annual Exhibit
Tale Spun: A New Spin on Favorite Stories
Dec 12, 4pm at Canvas Gallery and Garderns
1-C Upsilon Drive Ext. Alpha Village, Diliman QC

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Ang INK Fest 2014: A Celebration of Creativity in Children’s Literature

Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan presents INK Fest 2014 at the 10a Alabama this coming Saturday!
Enjoy the day featuring talks from your favorite illustrators, live art and of course, our lovely artwork on display.

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For directions to 10A Alabama, you can refer to this map. 🙂

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Images drawn by Sabrina Palmares

For more information visit our facebook page. 🙂

31st National Children’s Book Day

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Dropped by 31st National Children’s Book Day at the Museo Pambata.

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Wandered around the museum to view some really cute installations per area. Makes me want to visit them again.

Also, here to support our fellow INKies who took part for this year’s PBBY. Participants created these breath taking visuals for Genaro Gojo Cruz’s Gaano ba Kalayo Patungong Paaralan? (How Far is School?)

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Fellow INKie, Jason Sto. Domingo alongside his entries was acknowledged along with Jericho Moral and grand prize winner Aaron Asis, who will have his work published. Hope you guys get a copy of this new book soon.

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Anyway, here are photos of their amazing illustrations. Beautifully done by Jason, Jericho and Aaron. You can view more of them at PBBY.

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By the way, the three arrived in style via this helicopter. I take it back, I’m kidding. Haha.

Ang INK also had a spot here where we had some of our artworks and crafts sold.

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If you liked what you’ve seen here at Museo Pambata, you can visit them at

Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila.

We also hope our posts on Philippine children’s illustrated book have taken an interest with you guys.

Have you ever read any? and what is your favorite?