"Bitches get stuff done."
Sooo three out of the six hours I spent at a coffee shop today, I ended up working on this. Checking papers is hard work, so this is the kind of thing I do to de-stress. A little ironic.
This is a tiny part of what planned on making. Perhaps if I find time to finish it, I’ll share it here. Which I think is necessary.
In Katipunan Avenue, in front of Ateneo gate 3.
LFW S/S 2015
MOTHER OF PEARL
Photos by Robert Bellamy for LURVE Magazine.
Huhu ‘nuff said. :’(
I want this sunnies from @sunniesstudios! I love the girly vintage vibe of it 👓
Thursdate with my batch mate Triza! We both work in BGC so we decided to have dinner and catch up. It’s always so great to talk to someone who has the same spectrum as you do, considering we both went to UP Psych. Here’s to more stories to share!
Thank you Nolita for an awesome pasta and pizza 👌 🙌
Between Dream and Life with @iamlubi and @iamfubi
Rio de Janeiro illustrator Luiza Bione’s (@iamlubi) portraits of herself as a colorful character named Lubi blur the line between daydreams and reality. Luiza has been documenting her life through colorful illustrations for as long as she can remember. As a small child she created a cartoon version of herself called Lubi and has been illustrating herself for the past 18 years. “Through illustration, even bad moments—like waking up with a bad hair day or sitting in traffic for hours—become funny. Drawing also makes virtually any scenario possible: if Lubi wants to visit the moon she can.” Luiza began using Instagram after her boyfriend Paulo Delvalle (@paulodelvalle) suggested it might be the perfect way to really bring Lubi to life, telling her story as if she were a real person. “Last year on Valentine’s day, Paulo made me a card asking me to be his girlfriend. He created an illustrated version of himself called Fubi, and that’s how (@iamfubi) was born. Since then, I’ve been drawing Lubi and Fubi based on our lives as well as all the things we dream of doing.”
This is sooo adorable ❤ ❤ ❤