It’s been a long time since we’ve last visited museums and art galleries, and although we can do virtual tours, nothing beats seeing art pieces in situ. Thank god for galleries, too, that are virtually opening its backrooms to let us take home paintings, sketches and other works of art during the quarantine.
Recently, Ayala Museum also launched its online shop where you can find items like tote bags, stationeries, figurines and mugs designed with art pieces that it houses. Just in time for Museums and Galleries Month this October, its newest collection introduces scent and sanitizer sets whose packaging is inspired by works of Filipino artists.
This includes an illustration from the album of watercolors by the 19th-century Filipino painter Jose Honorato Lozano, as well as images from the Damian Domingo collection titled “Una Mestiza de Manila vestida de gala.” Its prices range from P349.95 to P1,499.95.
Our new Ayala Museum Shop Website & Collection is now live!
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Some of the two artists’ works were also repurposed into quirky quarantine-themed notepads, which are available for P209.95. Purchases can be made through shop.ayalamuseum.org, and you may pay for your items through credit card.
Header photo from Ayala Museum’s website
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