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"It's Okay to Be Lazy Once in a While"
"It's Okay to Be Lazy Once in a While"
"It's Okay to Be Lazy Once in a While"
"It's Okay to Be Lazy Once in a While"

"It's Okay to Be Lazy Once in a While"

Vendor
Jill Arteche
Regular price
$60.00
Sale price
$60.00
Unit price
per 
Size
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About the artwork:

There are days when we refuse to get to work or even just get out of bed. Yet, we feel guilty when we allow ourselves to succumb to all that laziness. This artwork is a reminder that it’s absolutely okay to embrace those days once in a while! Sometimes, it’s just exactly what we need.


See more of Jill's work here.


Product details:

  • Print Material: Woven gallery-quality canvas
  • Print Ink: HP Latex Inks - fade resistant, water-based and solvent free (no harsh chemicals)
  • Frame: The canvas is stretched on a 1.25" thick, beveled wooden frame
  • Ready to hang: The artwork comes with pre-mounted sawtooth hooks for ease of hanging



About Jill Arteche:

Jill Arteche is a visual artist, illustrator, and designer based in Manila, Philippines. After two years, Jill has left the advertising industry to pursue art and illustration as a full-time career. Just recently, she has also completed her residency in Illustration and Visual Storytelling at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. 



Her body of work focuses on depicting everyday experiences with her own touch of humor. Through the comically grotesque, she depicts her sense of beauty that celebrates the mundane and unattractive. Her distinctive style has allowed her to work with local and international clients such as San Miguel Light, The Philippine Star, Adobo Magazine, Rogue, Adarna House, Power Mac Center, WeTransfer and Zimbio. Her works have also been exhibited at the Ayala Museum, Globe Art Gallery, Pineapple Lab and at the Tokyo Midtown Design Hub in Japan.