98B Arts Collaboratory participated in the Jeepney Arts Festival 2012
The Jeepney Arts Festival is a social responsibility drive that aims to help rehabilitate the Philippine cultural icon and bring back the old glory days of fun and vibrant jeepneys. It pays homage to the jeepney as the true icon of Filipino artistry, ingenuity, resiliency, and entrepreneurship.
The country will stop for three (3) days on 20-22 September 2012 to relive the Filipino Bayanihan spirit by repainting fifty (50) existing passenger jeepneys. All participants will render an artistic tourism design for jeepneys in Manila and adopt the theme “It’s More Fun in the Philippines.” The design must depict the country’s rich cultural heritage, fascinating destinations, exceptional attractions, etc. that make it more fun to travel around the Philippines.
Photos: Vermont Coronel, Anjo Bolarda and the Sarao Motors Facebok page.