We were recently invited by our friends at SM City North EDSA to witness something that’s not typically in the list of to-do’s in the mall. Holding a series of awesome live art sessions was Dee Jae Pa’este who gave much life into the mall’s Skydome. Read more…
Dee Jae Pa’este, whose father is Filipino, spent the last six years in Japan and New York immersing himself into the glamorous world of art and fashion. He derives much inspiration from the places where he has based—San Jose (California), New York, and Tokyo.
He describes his works as a “mixture of old world aesthetics and new world consciousness” through strong primary colors and elements of microchip circuitry and Polynesian tribal tattoos. His work has appeared in a number of venues, galleries, and murals in New York, Los Angeles, Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Hawaii, and Japan.
As I’ve mentioned above, Dee Jay masterfully created a row of murals through his series of live art sessions. Honestly, I found his modern art, with all the colorful patterns and shapes, soothing to the eye—a break to the usual scenes of Metro Manila.
So to all urbanites, especially those living north of Manila, do marvel at the works of Dee Jay Pa’este at the Skydome of SM City North EDSA today. They’re there for a limited time only!