Congratulations to Jenny Pascual and her farm-to-table dining concept, Moveable Feast…
Moveable Feast at Holy Carabao Farms featuring Chef Jenny Burns… The signage we provided as we also love printing on wood!
Setup and pop-up shop at The Mind Museum.
The brains and beauty behind Moveable Feast is featured in the very latest GRID, this one gorgeous and wonderfully-crafted magazine that showcases travel in the Philippines.
Behind-the-scenes exclusive: Jenny being photographed by the amazing, Joseph Pascual.
Their collaboration produced such stunning imagery…
You can view the rest of this fascinating shoot in their latest issue and copies are available at your nearest bookstores …
Also a special treat this Christmas! MF is giving away some of our customized utility aprons to use for your holiday cooking (as seen below on Chef Eugene Raymundo and Jenny Pascual)…
Chef Eugene with Moveable Feast’s Jenny Pascual
HOW TO SCORE ONE:
1. Follow Moveable Feast on Instagram @movefeastph.
2. Tag 2 friends on the comments section.
3. They will announce and tag the 5 followers/winners on December 20th.
*All activities must be done by Dec. 19. Open to Philippine residents only.
Good luck and happy feasting!
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He loves motorcycles. She’s one-eyed and living it. We placed the two together and came up with a logo for this entertaining union.
The logo was part of Guada x Inaki’s customized bandannas. Here’s the bigger picture…
Eyeing the fun details…
Love is blind… And so is my wife.
These made-to-order bandannas were given away as wedding favors during Guada x Inaki’s European union. We’re sure they were especially useful for wiping those tears of joy/tears for fears as they said their “eye-do’s”.
Most people are familiar with the bandanna as a fashion accessory such as a head/neck scarf or fabric bracelet (and to wipe off sweat). Here’s how some of our favorite international photographers and photo editors wear their “Eye-Do’s” on their forehead…
Another international photographer, Daemon Becker, while on a shoot in Umbria, Italy.
“If you wear it, they will come.”… Master photo/video editor, Jake (the Snake) Espedido while on assignment in Palawan.
International photographer, Paco Guerrero takes the “Eye-Do” on a mission with the World Health Organization in Tacloban.
Other uses for the handy bandanna… After eating, use it to wipe your hands. How about as aromatherapy? Simply apply a few drops of essential oils onto your bandanna. Keep in your bar or closet. Need a little pick-me-up? Douse an energizing scent (such as citrus) mid-day to revitalize. Lavender at night to help you sleep and eucalyptus to battle the sniffles. Don’t forget to cover your sneeze with it… Bless you!
Then there are fans of “Furoshiki” (the Japanese way of wrapping things) which uses fabric as carriers for their packed meals, cookies or even a bottle of wine…
Wrapping locally sourced Italian grappa.
The bridesmaids did a wonderful job wrapping it up.
Click on a past entry here for more ways of the bandanna.