Cirilo’s voice is brave and bold, but his story is gritty and ridden with strife. Because of this, I drew
and edited highly contrasted visuals to emphasize the blacks and whites, and used a sketchy texture
as my brush. My assigned pages were about the oppressed, a play between the powerful and the poor,
so I followed an art style that wasn’t refined and elegant. Reality is far from that.


Hi! I’m Thea Torres, a multimedia artist and writer. I recently graduated Multimedia Arts from Benilde, but am now working as a writer under Inquirer Company’s
– writing features, news and reviews.

On my free time, I go back to design by taking on commissions and some personal projects. I specialise mostly on graphic design, digital collages and illustrations.