About the artwork:
Quiet Spaces is a series of illustrations about nooks and spaces that have made me feel comfortable being alone with my thoughts. It’s reminiscent of a time prior to the pandemic, when we had the luxury to engage with our environment and surround ourselves with people we didn’t know.
First from a series of 3, Quiet Spaces is about museums - the long halls; the empty multimedia rooms; the bench conveniently placed in front of a Matisse, where you’re allowed to sit, admire, and just be.
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Print Material: 300gsm woven art canvas with a glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Print Ink: 100% biodegradable eco-solvent ink; ecologically safe and does not use any harmful ingredients.
Print Finish: Semi-glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Frame: The canvas is stretched over a 0.75" thick, full-wooden frame, giving it a gallery-like look.
About Che Bantayan:
Che Bantayan is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Manila, Philippines. She’s fascinated by human nature, and loves bringing to life the ordinary, seemingly uninteresting details of one’s day. Having completed an artist residency at the School of Visual Arts, New York, Che hopes to continue to tell stories through her illustrations and sequential art.