Logo sketches for the Organization of Health Artists of the Philippines. Almost, almost there! :)
iiiloveyougypsyeyes asked: I'm happy you're better now. Being okay is a fight but we'll always manage if we really wanted to. :)
Hi Carissa (or shall I call you Issa?), thank you so much! I shall quote this and embed it in my heart: ”Being okay is a fight but we’ll always manage if we really wanted to.”
Hoping all is well for you. :)
august1976 asked: hi! what are your favorite books? favorite films? :)
Hello. So on the very top of my head:
1. The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
2. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
1. Pirate Radio
2. The Royal Tenenbaums
3. The Great Gatsby
My best friend, Sam, drew a portrait of me as a late birthday gift. I really love it! I look like a Disney princess here. Thank you, Sam!
I’ve had this dream since I was 19 years old but I never really had the insanest of courage to make it come true.
Four years since then, after dealing with my formative years, I finally have mustered all guts and all of my morale to actualize this vision. With the help, of course, of my dream team—Jem Lorilla, Mita Santiago, and Sam Herbo—we have finally mounted the Organization of Health Artists of the Philippines or OHAP. Basically, OHAP is a gathering of artists who are adept and passionate in the field of health sciences; we fondly call these talents and creatives as “Health Artists”—the shapers and heroes of the conceptual age. OHAP aims to generate events such as fund-raising gigs, seminars, and workshops to showcase the talents of these health artists, and to impart knowledge about health to a broader audience. The collected funds from each event will then be donated to a selected health institution in the country. Through OHAP, we seek for the pursuit of health promotion and education, for the endorsement of the talents of the Filipino health artists, as well as for extending our help to those who need us the most.
We’re still on the works, though. But I just had the heart to spread the news to everyone as a calling out to those who are willing to participate. The launch of the OHAP website and social media will take place by the end of May. I’m looking forward to having this dream in full bloom, and I’d like to share this with everyone.
So this is it. Fellow movers and health artists of the world—let’s all work together!