This tattoo image was submitted by Chris B. Valdez of Lahaina, Maui. Out from the usual last-name-tattoo, he chose to engrave his middle name “Bigornia” with 3 Stars and a Sun in his chest. The design is originally from him and with the help of his artist they came up with this tattoo. Along with [...]
Archive for September, 2009
I just released my 1st Baybayin book available at Baybayin.com/book. Signed copy Includes…… FREE Baybayin chart and artwork postcard FREE shipping to US and Canada only sorry $19.99 Non-signed books and international customers, please use this link to order $12.99 book $9.99 digital Contact me at email@example.com for wholesale and distribution inquiries.
I recently did some artwork for Reggie from Daly City, CA I just wanted to say thank you for all the work and time you have put into my piece. Every time I look at it I can’t believe that I have it on my arm, Everyone that has seen it can’t believe how good [...]
Just in case you didn’t know, I also run Baybayin.com where I promote the script and non-tattoo artwork. Here’s an interview by my FPAC booth neighbor, David Lazaro during the 2 day event in LA this past Sept 12/13/09.
PinoyTattoos.com is a nationwide FINALIST for the 2009 Philippine Blog Awards under the Culture & Arts category! The event is going to be held in Manila October 9. See all the finalists in the other categories It’s an honor just to be nominated. Thank you
Sarimanok is a legendary bird and the Philippine word for “chicken.” It has colorful wings, feathered tails and said to be a symbol of good fortune. This tattoo of Mark from Orange Country, CA is a combination of the Philippine sun and Sarimanok. The two elements produced a very symbolic, artistic and meaningful tattoo. It [...]
Mel of San Francisco had his tattoo designed with different version of 3 Stars and a Sun. As you can see, the sun has different elements and different shapes. He didn’t really clarify what the design of the sun is all about. Maybe he wants the reader to give and to have their own interpretation [...]
It was said that grandparents are more attached to their grandchild than their own child. And it was also proven that Filipino grandsons and granddaughters are more closed to their grandparents than their own parents. This is because Filipino “lolo’s and lola’s” or grandparents are more loving and tolerating. Yes, it is true not only [...]
I’ll be at the Daly City, CA - Filam Friendship Festival at Serramonte Mall 9/19-9/20. FREE Baybayin name translations and artwork for sale. dalycityfilamfestival.com Daly City, home of the largest Filipino-American Community in the United States, will host the 15th Annual Filipino-American (Fil-Am) Friendship celebration on September 19 & 20, 2009, at the Serramonte Shopping [...]
I’ll be there! FilAm ARTS traces its roots to the production of the Annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture (FPAC) first conceptualized in 1990 as part of the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department’s Festivals Program, an arts program designed to address the multicultural constituency of the city. Organized by about 100 artists [...]