James Squire Rogue Tales stories: conquering Manila’s notorious EDSA highway

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in Video on Friday 15 November 2013

EDSA is a 15 mile stretch of highway that serves as the main thoroughfare of Metro Manila – a mega metropolis home to 11.8 million people. If you’ve heard of hellish stories about Philippine traffic, the usual suspect would be EDSA. Dan Brown once called Manila as The Gates of Hell. He must have referred to our favourite highway.

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Dominion: photo series by Wawi Navarroza

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Friday 9 November 2012

Manila-based photographer and visual artist Wawi Navarroza recently exhibited her photography series, Dominion, at the Singapore International Photo Festival. Here, a piece of white cloth both buries and extends itself as part of the photographic landscape, such as gently crashing waves and a roomful of white walls. I love these pictures. There’s so much beauty in them, but there’s also a bit of tension with the cloth appearing to fit in, but never really quite fitting in with its surroundings.

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Beautiful art by Manila-based Januz Miralles

Erin Emocling Contributor

By Erin Emocling in New Art on Thursday 25 October 2012

Januz Miralles is an illustrator based in Manila. His works are an amalgam of eerie, erotic, and exquisite. Although his pieces are unnamed, and his techniques remain unknown to his audience, his style has a remarkable aura that haunts and lingers.

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Jenn Porreca Reader Find

By Jenn Porreca in New Events on Thursday 6 March 2008

On May 4th, I’ll be part of a 30 person art show that will open in the Cubao District of Manila, Philippines called ‘Heavy Hitterz’. This show will highlight artists from around the world from New Zealand all the way to Germany and back. As part of this show, I’ll be highlighting some of the […]

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