Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Looking for some great unique ideas at affordable prices? Well, here you go!

Sale prices are valid for a very limited time only (up to Friday, December 21, 2012), and while supplies last! If interested, please email your orders to info@canvas.ph. Purchases may be picked up at CANVAS Gallery and Garden, or at the UP Shopping Center in UP Diliman.

Proceeds will benefit CANVAS' various projects and continuing efforts to promote greater awareness and appreciation for Philippine art, culture and the environment, including:
  • Looking for Juan - Under this Program, CANVAS explores and encourages the use of art to promote debate and discussion on selected social development issues, particularly national identity, sustainable development and technology & culture. 


High quality, hardbound with spot-laminated full color jackets. 
Inside pages are also full color and printed on heavy paper. 
Normally priced at P900 each, but for a limited time, only P500 each!

A winner at the 2012 National Children's Book Awards, Doll Eyes is a thrilling read, a thrilling ride, through the labyrinth that is Quiapo. The illustrations capture the mystique as well as the mess of the place, join together the marvelous with the everyday, and paint eerie portraits of a terrible dollmaker and her terrified and helpless dolls. This gripping horror story confirms our worst fears, withers our hopes, then restores us to the strength of friendship, reassuring us that help is just a prayer away." 

(Written by Eline Santos. Artworks by Joy Mallari. Translation by Augie Rivera. Citation by Celeste Aida Abad-Jugo.)

Ang Dyip ni Mang Tomas, written by Palanca winner Genaro R. Gojo Cruz, is a touching tribute of a son to his father. The story is inspired by authentically Pinoy icons, traditions and values - from jeepneys to family to Simbang Gabi - and will be enjoyed by children and parents alike. 

Originally penned in Filipino, an English translation by children's literature writer and U.P. Professor Heidi Eusebio Abad, also accompanies the text.

(Artworks by Anthony Palomo.)

Tahan Na, Tahanan is a poignant story about home, fittingly written by the first OFW to win our annual Romeo Forbes Children's Story Writing Competition.

(Written by Maria Isabel Alarilla-Arellano. Artworks by Don Salubayba.)

The latest winner of our annual Romeo Forbes Children's Story Writing Competition, Nadia and the Blue Stars is a hauntingly illustrated tale of hope in a time of war.

(Story by Francesca Nicole Chan Torres. Artworks by Liv Vinluan. Translation by Rhandee Garlitos.)

Earth Tales is a timely and timeless collection of three very short ecofables for children. Perfect for beginning readers!

"The Hummingbird" (author unknown, artworks by Plet Bolipata)
"The Star Thrower" (author unknown, artworks by Liza Flores)
"The King and the Royal Trees" (Story by Paul Aird, artworks by Ivee Mellor)


Upcycled from our outdoor banner project, these are one of a kind tarpaulin tote bags featuring artworks from some of the best young Filipino artists around.

Retail price is normally P500.00, but for a limited time, they can be purchased for only P300 each!

These totes are highly sought after items, and those shown below may no longer be available. No reservations allowed at this point. Please pass by CANVAS Gallery and Garden to make your selection!


We're clearing out our inventory with a 50% sale on shirts! Now only P250.00 each! Offer good while supplies last!

Again, if interested, please email your orders to info@canvas.ph. Purchases may be picked up at CANVAS Gallery and Garden, or at the UP Shopping Center in UP Diliman.

1 comment:

Angela said...

wonderful news! will definitely order a few items for pick up :-D