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“Waltz This Knee” – A Fictional Eraserheads Album

waltz this knee eraserheads cynthia bauzon arre

Project: “Waltz This Knee” – cover design for a fictitious Eraserheads album to accompany a short story by Aldus Santos in Uno Magazine
Tasks: illustration
Date of publication: April 2010
Client: Erwin Romulo, then-Editor of Uno Magazine

Much of my music packaging design career is defined by the work I did in the mid-to-late-’90s for Filipino rock band Eraserheads. (You can read about that ultraelectromagneticjourney here).

When Uno Magazine was planning a “Fiction” issue, Erwin and the editors conjured up the idea that maybe there was a never-released Eraserheads album so he tasked rock journalist Aldus Santos to write the piece, bits of which I typed down in this post in 2010. I was asked to provide the cover illustration and, basing it on the song titles which all sounded rustic and very local to me, I came up with a design that I thought reflected the mood of the album.

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Various Wedding Invitations for Poptastic Bride

Some of my wedding invitation designs for Poptastic Bride

In 2010, I started a wedding blog called Poptastic Bride where I write about non-traditional weddings. The site is also a venue for marketing my fun and funky invitation designs which cater to hip couples with a penchant for the non-mainstream. The gallery above features some of my best-selling work. You can see more designs on the blog are directly in the Poptastic Bride Zazzle store.

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Imaginary Hapipaks gig poster for the movie “Rakenrol”

"hopia like us" gig poster for rakenrol

Project: An imaginary gig poster for the band “Hapipaks” in the movie “Rakenrol
Medium: pen and ink + digital paint
Date of publication: April 2011
Client: filmmaker Quark Henares

My dear friend Quark Henares asked his graphic designer friends to make imaginary gig posters for the band “Hapipaks: in his film “Rakenrol.” I was among them and of course I was very happy to oblige since I have personally Quark’s growth both as a person and an artistic filmmaker. For some reason images of hopia came to mind — not sure why — so I came up with this visually punny image of a box of happy hopias raring to perform. 🙂

You can see all the other imaginary gig posters in this Facebook album.

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I'm Cynthia Bauzon-Arre, a Filipino watercolor artist & graphic designer. I live in QC with my talented graphic novelist husband Arnold and our friendly marmalade tabby Abbas. This blog has been chronicling my life, likes, and loves since 2001. [ more ]

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