Thursday, January 31

Hand-carved Stamp

I'm a Katipunan kid. Whenever distractions at home, in my room, are way too powerful than the looming deadline, I head to Katipunan and hang out at a coffee shop.

One time, I did just that and I totally lost track of time and just carved:

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

My friend, Carlo, dropped by and couldn't believe how I could spend 6hours+ just sitting, with two to three washroom breaks, and carving. I couldn't believe it too!

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

This is a gift for the Immortal founder of the Loyola Mountaineers, sir Max :)

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PS If you don't have any plans for the Valentine's, why don't you join us for another Rubbercut Crafternoon on February 15. More details here  :)

PPS I was able to finish the stamp I'd be using for my next collection of stoneware plates. Read about it here.

Rubbercut Sir Max, Tippy

4 comments:

  1. Aaaah… such amazing detail on a hand-carved stamp! Crossing my fingers for a workshop available when I come to Manila. xo

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  2. That is a beautiful stamp! What restaurant is this? I am drawn to that huge shake...

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  3. hi! may i know where do you buy your big blocks of rubber? thanks! :)

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