“My experience with Cirilo Bautista was interesting. I don’t have a lot of experience reading poetry, so it was a bit intimidating at first. One thing I like about Cirilo Bautista’s work is it’s rich with imagery. My strategy was to do automatic drawings based on the first images I think of when I read the work. I didn’t force myself to exactly depict what he was saying, rather, I tried to add another layer
of abstraction on top of his metaphors.”




Ginoe (b. 1995) is a young creative based in Silay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. He is one of the Co-Founders of Glucose Zine and Syrup Artfest. He also manages an online ephemera database called Sachet Archives (instagram.com/sachetarchives.) He is a painter, illustrator and graphic designer who also dedicates his time in organising artistic efforts in his home city. Using ink, graphite, fabric, construction materials and found objects, Ginoe’s practices fuses the sensibilities of pop and sequential art that are oftentimes bold, comedic and playful yet tempered by underlying tensions of the personal.