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Sundays will never be the same for Davao's creative community with a new gathering called Sunday Graphic Sunday organized by the Hiphouse community. Headed by Jad Montenegro and Cheekie Albay, Hiphouse presents a venue for Davao creatives to enjoy nights of productive socializing. Sunday Graphic Sunday's Open Screen Night gave Davao creatives an opportunity to showcase their works and projects. First night last April 22, 2012 served hot works from artists Gleb de Pio, Duane MaƱo, Alben Tan, RK Trumata, John Amor, Bjorn Ending, Macky Pamintuan, and Xiao Prieto. Angely Chi of Streetkonect also presented early milestones of the Davao graffiti and street art scene and Team Manila, the event's honored guests, shared the story of their graphic success. 

The crowd.

Host for the night: Jad Montenegro

Doodling on boards that will be donated to former Via Cafe, an art space. DCK and NDK vandals joined the fare.

Angely Chi of SK Team presents "Rebelations on Davao Graffiti & Street Art."

Mon Punzalan and Jowee Alviar of Team Manila present their Team Manila story.

Illustrator Macky Pamintuan presents his art.

Gleb de Pio's art

Mon Punzalan and comic book artist extraordinaire John Amor of Tres Komikeros.

Mandy Velasco, Aya Carreon and Cheekie Albay

Paul Crooks, Lulu Amorado, Baia Teves and Gleb de Pio

Jad sang songs from her upcoming album. Check her music here.

Photos courtesy of Mon Punzalan and Jad Montenegro
More photos and stories on the event in Aidx Paredes' blog.

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