About the artwork:
“Thrive” is the third of the three digital artwork series. The plant offers hope. As you acknowledge your worries, the white tiger means you seek its strength and spiritual power to be released in yourself. You will do everything to survive. The hot air balloons signify that one day you’re going to rise above the situation.
See more of Louise'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 Louise Valdivia-Saputil:
Monica Louise Valdivia-Saputil considers herself as 1981’s taciturn satellite. Most of the time, she chooses to remain silent about her real thoughts but communicates through codes / symbolisms that scream loudly as seen in her art. Sometimes, you may be able to decipher. Sometimes you may not.
She is fascinated with anything related to science, dream interpretations & surrealism. She creates the kind of art that transcends reality.
While her job as a graphic designer requires precision and accuracy, she finds comfort in using loose sketching / coloring technique on her artworks. A traditional artist who likes to explore different kinds of medium and also a digital artist who creates conceptual illustrations and collage.
Louise has worked with Vibal Group, Inc., Summit Media and Dickies. She now handles her own brand, Vizual Pop, and did freelance work with Belle de Jour, Viviamo! Inc. and International Labor Organization under the Women in STEM Programme.