UTMeArtPh x Fiesta T-shirt for Uniqlo Philippines

UTMeArtPh x Fiesta T-shirt for Uniqlo Philippines

UTMeArtPh x Fiesta T-shirt for Uniqlo Philippines

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Plus63 Design Group tapped me to create a t-shirt design for Uniqlo Philippines’ UTMeArtPh x Fiesta Collection, along with fellow graphic designer-illustrators Frances Alvarez and Karl Adrian Aguro / Uncurated Studio. The Philippine festival assigned to me was Baguio’s flower festival, “Panagbenga.” I chose to incorporate native flowers that grow in Luzon, such as Ilang-ilang, Banaba, and Narra, and kept exotic species like sunflowers (which are comonly used in the festival) as adornments on the dancing couple.

As someone who wears Uniqlo clothing on the regular, working on this design was a complete thrill. Many thanks to Dan Matutina and Dang Sering of Plus63 for the trust.

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“Philippine Forest Fruits” Set of 30 Postcards

“Philippine Forest Fruits” Set of 30 Postcards

Philippine Forest Fruits – Set of 30 Postcards

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Following our Philippine Forest Blooms collaboration in 2018, Forest Foundation Philippines and I worked on another joint project – Philippine Forest Fruits, a 30-piece postcard set featuring fruits of Philippine native trees – to help raise awareness for their importance in forest conservation. With FFP’s guidance and backing, we identified 24 native fruits to include in the set. The cards are printed with botanical gouache illustrations of native fruit-bearing trees like the Kamuning, Antipolo, Lipote, and Tibig. Information on each tree and fruit, such as their conservation status, their uses, etc, is printed on the back of each card.

*The Philippine Native Trees Forest Fruits Set of 30 Postcards, along with the Philippine Forest Blooms campaign items, are available at the webshop. All proceeds will go to the production of more items that can help spread the advocacy.

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“Philippine Forest Blooms” 2020 Desk Calendar and Notepad Set

“Philippine Forest Blooms” 2020 Desk Calendar and Notepad Set

Philippine Forest Blooms 2020 Desk Calendar and Notepad Set

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Building on our Philippine Forest Blooms collaboration in 2018, Forest Foundation Philippines and I worked on another joint project – a 2020 Desk Calendar and Notepad Set. Each calendar card is printed with a Philippine native flowering tree, and Information on the species, such as their conservation status, their uses, etc, is printed on the back. All cards are perforated so that the calendar portion can be easily torn off when the month is done, and the cards can then be re-used as postcards. A 52-week planner notepad is included in the set to help the user attain greener goals for the year.

*Philippine Forest Blooms campaign items are available at the webshop. All proceeds will go to the production of more items that can help spread the advocacy.

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“Philippine Forest Blooms” Planner & Native Trees Campaign

“Philippine Forest Blooms” Planner & Native Trees Campaign

Philippine Forest Blooms Planner + Native Trees Campaign

Tippi Ocampo fashion design book
Tippi Ocampo fashion design book
Tippi Ocampo fashion design book

In mid-2018, Forest Foundation Philippines tapped me to do a collaborative campaign aiming to raise awareness on the importance of Philippine native trees in forest conservation. 

Among the products of the collaboration are (1) an A5 size undated planner with watercolor paintings of 12 native trees with information on their flowering periods, conservation status and areas where they thrive (more info here.); (2) a set of greeting cards that feature a selection of native flora, and (c) a native tree drawing contest, #DrawNativeTreesPH, that was held on Instagram and Facebook.

With these efforts we hope to bring attention to our native flora, particularly endangered varieties, to protect them from completely disappearing.

You can also read my blog post about our collaboration  on Forest Foundation Philippines’ website.

*The Philippine Native Trees Forest Blooms Planner, Note Cards, and Pocket Notebooks are available at the webshop. All proceeds will go to the production of more items that can help spread the advocacy.

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“Bahay Kubo” for Go Lokal

“Bahay Kubo” for Go Lokal

“Bahay Kubo” for Go Lokal

"Bahay Kubo" for Go Lokal
"Bahay Kubo" for Go Lokal

The Department of Trade and Industry tasked arts & crafts store Common Room to create bright and youthful Filipino souvenirs  for their souvenir store Go Lokal. The theme was “The Philippines through your eyes” and I was among the 16 artists tapped for the project. 

My design is an homage to a beloved Filipino folk song called “Bahay Kubo” (“Nipa Hut”) which refers to a rural house built of palm leaves & bamboo poles. The song is known for lyrics that playfully enumerate a variety of plants & produce surrounding a family’s tiny hut. I believe this to be reflective of how the Filipino, with what little resources we may have as a developing nation, can stay afloat while making the most of whatever is available to us.

Design-wise I thought it would be a visual treat to show a colorful, bountiful veggie feast surrounding the humble quarters that a typical rural Filipino family calls home. I also thought that application of the artwork on everyday stationery such as postcards and notebooks would allow the consumer to celebrate Filpino culture any and every time.

"Bahay Kubo" for Go Lokal

*Available at Go Lokal Stores at Kiss and Fly (NAIA3), DTI Buendia Showroom, and Glorietta 2.

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