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Van Gogh Alive: The Experience

Do you love arts? Are you a fan of Vincent Van Gogh’s artworks?

Get ready to encounter the life and works of Vincent Van Gogh, arguably one of history’s greatest artists with works like “The Starry Night”, “Cafe Terrace at Night”, and a number of self-portraits, as the world’s most visited multi-sensory experience comes to Manila in Van Gogh Alive.

Image credit: @ManilaBulletinLifestyle

Witness the 4th floor of One Bonifacio High Street in BGC be turned into a Van Gogh haven through multichannel motion graphics, cinema quality surround sound, and up to forty high-definition projectors (courtesy of SENSORY4™), and be immersed into the painter’s over 3,000 works as classical music scores play throughout your visit.

Van Gogh Alive: The Experience will be from Oct. 26 to Dec. 8. Visit Bonifacio Global City’s website and social media platforms for more information.

Source: Manila Bulletin Lifestyle

DIY photo light box

Our handyman (Daddy dearest) is at it again. This time he helped our son create a light box, a DIY photo light box.

The materials are simple and inexpensive except for the light bulbs. From the usual ‘tambak‘ inside the house, hubby was able to collect karton box, parchment paper, and a shaky camera tripod.

The procedure is simple: 

Find an old carton box. Slit the corners to create a wide opening…place two led lamp of about 20 watts each inside. Cover the front with transparent paper for a soft light effect. The old camera tripod is used as stand. 

The photo light box, by the way, was intended for Kyle’s photography class project.