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Textiles of the Philippines

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Textiles of the Philippines, is a one-of-a-kind coloring book featuring the richly diverse textile-making traditions of the Ifugao, Bagobo, Yakan, and Tausug peoples. The book is a unique artist collaboration between PJ Gubatina Policarpio and Ida Noelle Calumpang that brings together accessible information with original hand-painted illustrations that honors the exquisite handiwork of expert weavers and textile-makers across the archipelago.


"The textiles in these pages bear witness to fundamental rituals, ceremonies, and milestones as well as the daily life of their people. For the Ifugao in the mountains of the Cordilleras, the Bagobo on the gulf of Davao, the Yakan in Basilan Island, and the Tausug of the Sulu archipelago, these textiles chart a woven constellation of the past, present, and future."

This project was originally produced in conjunction with the exhibition CrossLines: A Culture Lab on Intersectionality presented by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired Textiles of the Philippines to be part of the Thomas J. Watson Library.

About

Me

IDA NOELLE CALUMPANG is a self taught illustrator and muralist. She was born in Manila, Philippines and raised between the deserts of the Middle East and the tropics of Southeast Asia. Her cross-border upbringing has influenced her to explore themes of nature, dreams, journeys and whimsy in her work, which she expresses through creating imaginary landscapes and curious creatures. Her illustrations have been published in literary folios and travel, lifestyle and design magazines. Her resource-coloring book, Textiles of the Philippines, was produced in conjunction with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of the Thomas J. Watson Library. Ida's giant garden murals have been planted in living spaces around Asia, Europe and the United States and she is one of the selected muralists for the 100 Gates Project in New York City. Ida seeks to be involved in meaningful projects that have a positive impact on communities.

Contact

ida@idanoelle.com

@idaisda

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