Art Around the Office – Part 2

A giclee print by Rob Cham stands on a ledge in the Creative Department, alongside a diecast vintage Batmobile.

Creative Mind: Rob Cham print #2

Bucks, Babes & Booze: Print on canvas by Simone Legno, Creative Head of Tokidoki

A Christian Tamondong print entitled “Box Boy” hangs in the room of one of our Creative Directors.  Tamondong made actual Box Boy toys that were sold during the show at Secret Fresh.

In the Accounts Management area hang two paintings by young but prolific artist Iyan de Jesus. Dubbed as techno-fantasy, her works feature intricate compositions of industrial age symbols that intertwine with idealized human forms, mostly female.

Ronald Caringal’s beautifully art-directed portrait of a woman

Angels at Play: two mixed media works by Maxine Syjuco, daughter of artist couple Cesare and Jean Marie.

What better way to inspire creativity than by turning the workplace into art gallery?

Art Around the Office – Part 1

Welcome to the PC&V Art Gallery! :-) This is the reception area of our ground floor office.


Facing the main door is a surrealistic painting by Baguio-based artist Rishab Tibon, a former Art Director at Ogilvy Cebu.


This painting by University of the Philippines graduate Alee Garibay has “habulin bago dumilim” scrawled over it. In English, it means “chase it before darkness falls.”

In the conference room on the ground floor hangs this powerful work by self-taught artist Roberto Sanchez (who also happens to be a DJ and businessman.) It was part of his I AM DON JUAN solo exhibit at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery.

Two vinyl record paintings by Felix Rosales serve as the highlight of the ground floor conference room. Plates by Filipino potter Ugo Bigyan are lined up over the granite conference table.


We’ve got three new works by self-taught artist Anjo Bolarda, the community founder of Behance Philippines.


Advertising Creative JP Cuison created a series of paintings based on his original cartoon characters, Buzztro and Jarvis the Albino Bat. This is the centerpiece of that project, and below is the poster for the exhibition at Secret Fresh Ronac Center Greenhills.

Artist In Action | Conrad Roset

The archaic meaning of “inspire” is “to draw breath”.  Perhaps the reason why it’s fascinating to watch artists in action is because seeing their process of creation creates something in you.  Your mind becomes pregnant with thought and eventually gives birth to new perceptions -which come to life through your own creations.  In that way, art is alive.  It is conceived by inspiration and becomes an inspiration in itself -in the same way that people are conceived by the life of another and are likewise needed to generate more of the same life forms.

Conrad Roset

Conrad Roset is an artist from Barcelona, Spain.  He finds inspiration in the female form.  This is him drawing breath to one of his muses -making them come to life with bursts of watercolor.

Conrad Roset

Click on the link to draw more inspiration from Conrad Roset’s gallery.