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Wander Issue 2: Special Collaboration with Design Week Philippines Wander, the country’s only micro guide focused on travel and design, released its second issue in collaboration with Design Week Philippines (DWP). A design guide covering Metro Manila, this issue marks the first themed issue of Wander, and was made in celebration of Design Week Philippines running from 14-20 October 2013.
In this special collaboration, we discover how design touches several aspects of our lives. We tap creatives from various disciplines and communities—designers, curators, photographers, editors, and writers—who serve as our local guides in navigating Metro Manila through the lens of design. Together, we search for interesting finds and favorites and discover over a hundred design ideas.
- Local GuidesWe are joined by photographers Jake Verzosa and Everywhere We Shoot; editors and writers Erwin Romulo, Alicia Colby-Sy, JJ Yulo, Paulo Alcazaren, and Jonty Cruz; fashion insiders Bea Ledesma and Kai Lim; design talent Andres Vasquez-Prada, Electrolychee; artscene influencers Jay Amante, Rica Estrada, and the founders of Planting Rice, and more!
Unique to Issue TwoThis edition also debuts our partnership with talented musicians who share music that add a different dimension to experiencing the pulse of the city. Enjoy exploring with instrumental tracks from Caliph8, DJ Arbie Won, Tarsius, Spazzzkid, and Like Animals. soundcloud.com/wanderph
Information on DWPThe Department of Trade and Industry, through the Center for International Trade and Industry and the Design Center of the Philippines, celebrate Design Week Philippines every third week of March and October through various events and programs that will help foster creativity among Filipinos, as well as strengthen the country’s positioning as Asia’s Design Destination. DWP’s organizing committee includes: Department of Tourism; National Commission for Culture and the Arts; and the Cultural Center of the Philippines
- EDITORIAL TEAMBranding and Art Direction – Inksurge
Map and Illustration – Dan Matutina
Photography – Charles Buenconsejo
Curation + Editing – Dang Sering and Kissa Castañeda
Project Management - Grace Buenconsejo
Publisher - 5 PORTS