Inspire Every Day – Postcards

About two weeks or so ago, a friend of mine asked me to be part of a project hosted by one of our home country’s museum (Ayala Museum) called Inspire Every Day. You can check out the museum’s call in poster here.  In a few hours time the museum will have an open house with talks from a lot of creative speakers and  a big board featuring all the postcards submitted by various creatives ranging from the young to the young at heart.

The postcards are displayed for everyone and if anybody wants to get a card from the board (one person = one card policy), that person will be the lucky owner of an original art together with a priceless personal message from the maker at the back.

Inspire Every Day is one of Ayala Museum’s drive to remind its patrons and the general public to realize the potential of art to inspire, lift, and influence a person to get through his/her endeavors.

I am very honored to be part of this joyous ride. With the 10 postcards I made for this project, I hope the cards would bring a smile to someone, to cheer someone having a bad day, to inspire a creative to learn more, for someone to look at the positives and not the negatives, to celebrate oneself, to give love a second chance, to be brave no matter what, to love life and all its obstacles and most importantly, to have shared a small part of my heart to someone who needs a friend.

Sharing with you my cards.











I will surely miss the event especially meeting my friends and other creatives and having the opportunity to get myself an original art. However, the thought of making someone smile is already a gift in itself.

Happy weekend everyone!


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