Each 3D2N shall be lovingly packed in a small tampipi - an homage to the Filipino tradition of light travel.

Tampipi

The tampipi is a Filipino native clothes chest, either made of rattan, bamboo, or palm leaves. Traditionally, it is also considered as the “soul” of the house as it is also used to store important items such as land titles,

Each 3D2N shall be lovingly packed in a small tampipi - an homage to the Filipino tradition of light travel.

Tampipi

The tampipi is a Filipino native clothes chest, either made of rattan, bamboo, or palm leaves. Traditionally, it is also considered as the “soul” of the house as it is also used to store important items such as land titles,

Now available for orders!

[Now Available] “Fly High MNL” by Andrew Madrid

At last, the long wait is finally over! Andrew Madrid‘s design “Fly High MNL“, the winner of the first design battle, has finally undergone production, and is now ready for sale! Only 500 pieces shall be produced for this limited

Now available for orders!

[Now Available] “Fly High MNL” by Andrew Madrid

At last, the long wait is finally over! Andrew Madrid‘s design “Fly High MNL“, the winner of the first design battle, has finally undergone production, and is now ready for sale! Only 500 pieces shall be produced for this limited

Decoding KM 0 V3

[decoding] Kilometer Zero

We asked Ryan Liwanag, artist of “Kilometer Zero,” to explain the meaning of his shirt design for this run’s theme: Manila. 3D2N: What’s “Kilometer Zero”? How did you come up with the concept? RYAN LIWANAG: Kilometer Zero (or “KM 0”), found

Decoding KM 0 V3

[decoding] Kilometer Zero

We asked Ryan Liwanag, artist of “Kilometer Zero,” to explain the meaning of his shirt design for this run’s theme: Manila. 3D2N: What’s “Kilometer Zero”? How did you come up with the concept? RYAN LIWANAG: Kilometer Zero (or “KM 0”), found

Decoding Fly High MLA

[decoding] Fly High MNL

[UPDATE: Andrew’s design “Fly High MNL” is the winner of the first design battle. Own this limited edition shirt by ordering it here.] We asked Andrew Madrid, artist of “Fly High MNL,” to explain the meaning of his shirt design for this

Decoding Fly High MLA

[decoding] Fly High MNL

[UPDATE: Andrew’s design “Fly High MNL” is the winner of the first design battle. Own this limited edition shirt by ordering it here.] We asked Andrew Madrid, artist of “Fly High MNL,” to explain the meaning of his shirt design for this

The Battle of Manila

The Battle of Manila

The Battle of Manila has commenced. Which side are you on: Team Fly High? Team Kilometer Zero? The design with the most likes on Facebook wins. Vote for your favorite design now. Enlist the support of your friends to ensure

The Battle of Manila

The Battle of Manila

The Battle of Manila has commenced. Which side are you on: Team Fly High? Team Kilometer Zero? The design with the most likes on Facebook wins. Vote for your favorite design now. Enlist the support of your friends to ensure

The Battle of Manila (A Parker Brothers Board Game)

in the end, there can only be one.

So you liked the design? And you want to own them? Yes, we know you do. Andrew Madrid and Ryan Liwanag were contacted – challenged – two weeks ago to design for 3D2N, based on our first run’s theme: Manila.

The Battle of Manila (A Parker Brothers Board Game)

in the end, there can only be one.

So you liked the design? And you want to own them? Yes, we know you do. Andrew Madrid and Ryan Liwanag were contacted – challenged – two weeks ago to design for 3D2N, based on our first run’s theme: Manila.

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[featured artist] RYAN LIWANAG

Chromatics. Chromatography. Colorimetry. Take your pick. These are what the science of colors is called, kids. And based on science, color derives from the spectrum of light (distribution of light power versus wavelength) interacting in the eye with the spectral

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[featured artist] RYAN LIWANAG

Chromatics. Chromatography. Colorimetry. Take your pick. These are what the science of colors is called, kids. And based on science, color derives from the spectrum of light (distribution of light power versus wavelength) interacting in the eye with the spectral