Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Filipino artist reimagines Philippine provinces as creative fashion illustrations

May 11th, 2020

The Philippine archipelago is composed of three major islands namely Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, which consist of 81 provinces representing multiple cultures and traditions.  Each province has must-see tourist sights where travelers can make their adventures more active and fun. They can enjoy activities like swimming, biking, hiking, cave explorations, and other natural eco-tourism attractions.

The country is blessed to have paradise beaches, diverse wildlife, and friendly locals–that’s why a lot of tourists choose to travel to our country. This indicates that the Philippines has already established good tourism and as Filipinos, we should be proud of it.

Take for instance, Filipino fashion illustrator Joshua Asuncion who expressed his appreciation for the Philippines’ natural wonders with an artwork compilation of local tourist sites. According to his post, he finished his illustrations for approximately 8 months.

“Enjoy scrolling and see how a Fashion Illustrator promotes the Provinces of the Philippines. Don’t forget to leave a comment of your top choices and share this as well. Let your countrymen see how beautiful our country is,” he wrote.

Here are some of his creative works:

Romblon featuring Cresta De Gallo and Looc Bay Marine Refuge & Sanctuary | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Benguet featuring Valley of Colors and Northern Blossom Flower Farm | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Davao Occidental featuring Olanivan Island, Balut Island, and BarangayBaluntaya | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Pangasinan featuring Hundred Islands and BolinaoFalls | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Pampanga featuring Lakeshore Lighthouse, Apalit Church, and Holy Rosary Parish Church | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Cavite featuring Corregidor Island | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Marinduque featuring Butterfly Garden, Ungab Rock Formation, Tres Reyes Islands, Maniwaya Island | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Iloilo featuring Molo Church, Garin Farm Pilgrimage, Eusebio Villanueva Building | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

Sultan Kudarat featuring Sitio Bukay Pait Hills, UgisPeak, Sultan Kudarat Statue, and Sultan Kudarat Provincial Capitol | Photo credit: Facebook.com/Joshua Asuncion

As of this writing, Asuncion’s artwork gained more than 9,000 shares, 3,000 reactions, and over 300 comments–many of which were amazed by the designs and described them as impressive, naturally vibrant, and superb.

You can check his complete artworks below:

Promoting Philippine Provinces Through Fashion Illustrations81 Provinces | 81 Fashion IllustrationsFinally the whole…

Posted by ARTsuncion on Saturday, April 25, 2020

 

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