About the artwork:
“Takipsilim” was created as a response to the lockdown. It is a reminder that just as each day relies on the passing of the sun, all things – for better or for worse – must come to an end. Our time is spent wandering through memories of the world we have lost because we know we can never return to it. We find ourselves holding on a little tighter to what we have, shaken by the truth that this too shall pass.
See more of Issa's work here.
Print Material: 300gsm woven art canvas with a glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Print Ink: 100% biodegradable eco-solvent ink; ecologically safe and does not use any harmful ingredients.
Print Finish: Semi-glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Frame: The canvas is stretched on a 1.25" thick, full-wooden frame, giving it a gallery-like look.
About Issa Cruz:
Issa Cruz is a graphic designer and project manager who juggles multiple jobs in both the local and international art scene. She is most fascinated by the synergy between humans and nature. This is evident in the things she creates, where she often strives to capture the feeling of vibing with the earth’s motions and absorbing the energy that ripples across it.
In this series, she explores the natural phenomena of the universe, from the sunset to the sunrise, and how it resonates deeply with the human experience. Her work is a mix of hand lettering and illustration, which she uses to heighten the beauty of the Filipino language. She dreams of one day pursuing art as a full-time career. Between deadlines, you can find her performing aerial art, stepping out under the sun, or taking a breath beneath the deep blue sea.