Each year, the hashtag #artPH would randomly become a trending topic on Twitter for a couple of days.
During these times, the social media platform becomes a gorg online art gallery, featuring various works from Filipino artists, both based here and abroad.
— DDDDAAAAVVVVEEEE!!!!!!!! (@scrotumnose) August 17, 2017
— Rian Gonzales 🌈 (@rianbowart) August 17, 2017
— ɯɐɥɔ qoɹ (@robcham) August 17, 2017
The works would range from physical paintings to digital works and sculptures to photographs. #artPH has now become an outlet for lesser-known artists to show off their skills and their crafts.
This 2019, #artPH is still very much alive. In fact, based on the most recent works online, today’s artists have become more ‘woke’, in the sense that their works often now reflect their various advocacies.
Here are some them:
“A cry for equality”
— Reighn Buenaventura (@reighnism) February 17, 2019
— brian (@BrianFoott) February 17, 2019
— 🎀💀ira💀🎀 (@pangoart) February 15, 2019
Couple pose study ft. Yukito and Touya 😍💖
— NEKOKONUT (@nekokonut22) February 19, 2019
— maiden (@maiidenxx) February 15, 2019
— ┋resident mess┋ (@sardonycal) February 20, 2019
— kri ☁️ (@mediokri) February 12, 2019
I’m obsessed with how our creative photoshoot turned out
📸: yours truly
— Buffy || @whimsicals_co (@leeannbuffy) February 17, 2019
— BIANCA CO (@biiancaco) February 16, 2019
I guess everyone’s having a not so good evening. So may this serve as a reminder that ind due time, the gloom of the night will be enveloped by the light of new morning. Kapit lang mga kaibigan! #art #artph pic.twitter.com/JFozqzvU55
— MangunguPete (@Peteyful) February 15, 2019