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“WPS Atin ’To” logo by Wika Nadera
In To be You, aside from the written word, art has become a medium for young people to express themselves, and it’s strong enough to convey their thoughts, ideals and convictions.
As we celebrate the Inquirer’s 33rd year this month, we compiled a series of artworks made by our student artists, representing key moments and issues in recent times—
from mental health and the death of comic-book icon Stan Lee, to the Marawi siege and Harry Potter.
“CHexit” artwork by Yuvienco, inspired by the Philippines winning theWest Philippine Sea arbitration
Stan Lee tribute logo by Tristan Yuvienco
“Cardboard Protest” by Yano Covarrubias
“Why I Chose to be Org-less” by Yuvienco
“UP Naming Mahal,” Glendford Lumbao’s artwork inspired by the Upcat
“Edsa Revolution” logo by Paolo dela Cruz
“Marawi” by Marx Reinhard Fidel
“Time for Quidditch” by Koi Carreon
“Depression” clay art by Al Estrella
“Gising Kabataan” by Apollo Hernandez
“Pokemon Go Craze” logo by Rian Gonzales
“XXXTentacion” by Gian Clarete
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