Manila Design Week
The recent concluded Manila Design Week has brought forth promising talented design artists that will for sure be the next future professional designers. These fresh winners of the concluded Manila design Week are five students, namely, Claudine Delfin of Ateneo de Manila and her “Askaldereta” art, which become the top winner; Balaram Das Ochangco of UST’s “Calesa” got the second place; Terence Nino Eduarte and his art “Lend a Hand”, of UST, which become the third winner; Kervin Don Doctor’s “Ang Dalagang Anak ni Inang Kalikasan” of Mapua becomes the fourth winner; and finally John Efren Solis’ “Jejegirl” of Asia Pacific College is the fifth placer.
All the five winners were glad to be winners of the 2nd Manila Design Week whose pioneer is still a young bachelor like them. The Manila Design Week is an annual celebration of all types of design works; from print designs and photo to motion and music designs. Its aim is to bring into the mainstream attention the Philippine graphic arts and to give graphic artists a chance to be noticed and recognized. For the founder of Manila Design Week is also a graphic artists wherein he was not supported by his parents back then when he was in schooling times. Thus, he conceptualized this kind of show to give his fellow graphic artists a needed boost and chance to be recognized and be valued for their craft or skills.