About the artwork:
The painting is an abstract representation of the thriving past, reflected along the side of the river; but is now left empty, serving as a fragment of what once was. However, the fragments still remain - open to create a new story in the present time.
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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 Nikko Arbilo:
Nikko Arbilo recently graduated Cum Laude with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Santo Tomas. He was an editorial cartoonist from grade school to high school. He was the creative director of UAPSA-UST and an artist of the Varsitarian during his college. Aside from doing architectural and other design works, he also does art for commissions and personal works. He makes artworks either in a traditional or digital medium such as painting and illustration. His art aims to tackle stories about life, Filipino culture, heritage, and social issues. Nikko uses his art to tell the story of his time.