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Bototoys for charity
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Last Wednesday we dropped by Ronac Art Center’s Secret Fresh Gallery to view the customized Bototoys for breast cancer awareness.
It’s been a while since I’ve gone out so I’ve been rusty with my picture-taking.
Some of the Bototoys I liked were Rita Nazareno’s hand woven creation.
Rita, a breast cancer survivor, drew mastectomy scars on her Bototoy.

Rita Nazareno x Bototoy

It took only one day to weave this. Check out the backpack.
Rita’s family owns the Vizcarra label, known for their handwoven products. (Sold to Jeroen van Straten)

Rita Nazareno x Bototoy

Noel Cruz’s work reminds me of Christopher Nemeth patterns

Noel Cruz x Bototoy

Bea Valdes’ Beaded Bayanihan

Bea Valdes x Bototoy

Nikki Luna’s neon heart (sold to Kat Holigores)

NIkki Luna x Bototoy

My work is so grade school. My son Christian called it “Sexy Girl.” (Sold to Big Boy Cheng—thank You Lord!!)

CVS x Bototoy

Part of the proceeds that evening will benefit the I Can Serve Foundation.

Sheila Cruz, me, Kara Alikpala and Nikoy de Guzman
L-R: Breast cancer survivors Sheila Cruz, Crisann Celdran, Kara Alikpala and Nikoy de Guzman

Marco Lobregat of Ministry of Mushrooms hosted the event.

Marco Lobregat

Marco with his mom, Maripi Muscat, and Rita Nazareno

Marco Lobregat, Maripi Muscat, Rita Nazareno

Many more pictures from the event can be found here.

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