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Strange Little Creatures At The Strange Beast Show

We got to see all the strange and wonderful creatures that came to life in the form of small toys last Saturday at The Chillage. There were a total of around 10 artists that join The Strange Beast Art Toy Show, this included Peter Corazo, Monica Alcudia, Jethro Estimo, Stephanie Tudtud, Worker & Artisans, Carlo Rodriguez, Happy Garaje, Bartbombs, Mano of TWSC, Uzi Emperado, and Leandro Almendras. The exhibit was organized and curated by Peter Corazo and Monica Alcudia. Visit The Chillage and get a chance to see all these strange beasts until the 31st, you can even own some of these bad boys, just ask the staff at The Chillage for prices. 

Here are some of the photos from the opening if you missed it: 

Jethro Estimos' Hoonsamana?, each toy comes with a small surprise inside and a joke card once you purchase it. We know you're intrigued cause we were too.  

Stepahnie Tudtud's paper toys. You can buy each of these for just P80 and release the beast crafter in you and assemble this adorable monsters yourself! The patterns come with guides so don't worry.

Boy and Bae Kubos by Monica Alcudia. These little critters were sold out that night!

Leandro Almendras' extremely intricate and beautifully handcrafted toys, too bad non of them are for sale though.

Peter Corazo's Mothersuckers, and yes they're manananggals so they suck.

Blister Sisters by Uzi Emperado

Carlo Rodriguez's monster fetus creature.

By Happy Garaje, they accept pre-orders for their toys so hit them up on their facebook.

There were also monster themed board games that night.

If you wanna see more of these strange beasts just drop by The Chillage, the show will be there until the 31st, we'll aslo be having our annual Eerie Ball Halloween Party on the 31st so why not drop by as well!

Don't forget to drop by! We've got unlimited drinks, music, and lots more fun!


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