Rebisco celebrates art and Pinoy culture in its designer cans
Did you know that surrounding yourself with art makes you healthy and productive?
Studies show that looking at art reduces stress and induces relaxation. Feel-good hormones are released and a wave of positive energy courses through our bodies.
Would you believe you can also get good vibes from biscuit cans that feature beautiful artwork?
Rebisco’s Special Designer Tin Cans are hot collector items these days because not only are they filled to the brim with high quality Rebisco biscuits, they feature the colorful art of renowned and budding Filipino artists.
Paintings of two very sought after Filipino artists celebrate Filipino heritage, life and culture on the special cans. Paete-born Dominic Rubio, famous for his figures of men and women with elongated necks dressed in traditional Filipino attire, conveys the proud history and heritage of Filipinos. Award-winning Aljo Pingol from the University of Santo Tomas’ Fine Arts program provides an optimistic view of Filipino life, using bright colors and benign expressions on his characters to lift up the spirits.
Three young artists from Regional Lead School for the Arts in Angono (RLSAA) showcase their talents in the Young Artists Series. The works of budding artists Julia Baluyot, Dave Dauz, and Lyra Lacanaria impress with their colorful, realistic renditions of everyday life, ensuring that the nation’s art capital will never run out of talent.
Inside, the designer cans are loaded with premium biscuits, crackers, wafers and cookies – beautifully arranged in layers and hygienically sealed. The classy cans with their quality content and affordable price (P195 a can) are ideal gifts to give for the holidays. They are available at Rebisco Flagship Stores in Lazada and Shopee.
And here’s what’s even more special about Rebisco’s Designer Tin Cans. Rebisco supports RLSAA and Calbayog Arts and Design School of Eastern Samar by providing art and music equipment. Every can sold helps develop the next generation of artists from this center of visual arts.
You can take art and quality snacks home with you and help to keep art alive.