Moveable Feast x Grid Magazine

Congratulations to Jenny Pascual and her farm-to-table dining concept, Moveable Feast

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.

Jenny being photographed by the amazing, Joseph Pascual.

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

Chef Eugene with Moveable Feast’s Jenny Pascual

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!


Above the Clouds with EO Philippines

We were very excited when we got a request to design and print t-shirts for EO Philippines, the Entrepreneur’s Organization of the Philippines.

Check out the video of their latest adventure where EO Philippines has hosted a trek to Mt. Pulag, “… the third highest mountain in the Philippines. It is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 meters above sea level. The borders between the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya meet at the mountain’s peak.“-Above The Clouds, EO Philippines Mt. Pulag Trek

Inspired by the Cordillera tribal warrior…

We decided on this beautiful Cordillera-inspired design complete with a tattooed sleeve…
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Thank you, Mr. Leon Araneta of EO Philippines, for this photo.


Riding High with 13 Lucky Monkey

Internalizing… Feeling bad to the bone with 13 Lucky Monkey (a bad-a$s design duo of biker rings and jewelry) in order to produce some sketches for their customized bandannas…

13 Lucky Monkey x Evolution of Printing are forever fans of “Furoshiki”, literally meaning bath spread. A traditional Japanese way of wrapping basically anything, mostly as bundling or transporting things like bento boxes, a bottle of wine, fruits, cookies, or for wrapping presents and purchases as an eco-friendly alternative to paper and plastic and is considered “an indispensable tool in Japanese life”.

Modern ways to use this piece of cloth is as a fashion accessory like a scarf or a bandanna. Tie them onto your bag as an accent or hang them on the wall as décor. The possibilities are endless!

Thank you to the Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan for providing this wonderful, easy-to-follow guide.

Thank you to the Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan for providing this wonderful, easy-to-follow guide.

We highly encourage establishments in using this reusable style of packaging for their products.

The final design.

The final design.

Our second run, this time with a different colored paint…

Back for more! 13 Lucky Monkey’s unique collaboration with Heima’s My Apt. They requested us to print a smaller version on canvas to wrap their decorative and functional hooks…

We are inspired by the motorcycles we ride, the culture that goes along with it—the rock ‘n’ roll music, tattoos, religious iconography—it all goes hand in hand.” -13 Lucky Monkey

Scarsdale x Evolution of Printing: Arsenal for the Artisanal

Working with Scarsdale has been an absolute delight!

Photo courtesy

Photo courtesy

We love working with artisanal brands especially in the food industry. Here’s what we’ve been whipping up for them with minimal and industrial in mind…

Of course we always love to put that extra touch whenever we can…

Do-nut pass without checking this artisanal delights store, specializing in doughnuts, croughnuts, cupcakes, cookies, spreads, coffee, cocktails and many more! We love their interior design…

See more of their store interiors- places Scarsdale’s chocolate doughnut on the number 1 spot in town! Read that article here.

Scarsdale Artisanal Delights is located at 514 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines.


GRID x Evolution of Printing: 101 Reasons to Travel With a Bandana

We partnered up with our favorite travel magazine, GRID, to customize a bandana for them…

GRID x Evolution of Printing: The Design…

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On display at the GRID Urban issue launch held at the EDSA Beverages Design Studio…

Why is a bandanna so important? Frequent travelers know the versatility of this piece of fabric.  Did you know there are at least 101 uses for the bandana? Click on the links below to find out!

30 Uses for a Bandana

Sensible Prepper Presents: “Survival Bandana : 40 Uses” The Bandana is a necessary item for any survival kit and the uses are endless…

101 (or so) Other Uses for a Bandana

On your next trip, don’t forget to bring your trusty bandanna, while allowing Grid to help you decide on your next awesome destination in the Philippines!

Grid's The Good Life issue

The Good Life, the latest issue of Grid Magazine.

Bonne x Evolution of Printing

Sharing images on the evolution of printing for a project that shows our passion for design….


And our passion for printing….

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Our pink version….

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All we have to do is finish the edges and we’re good to go!

These bandanna wraps are specially made for the Bonne x 13 Lucky Monkey project.  This collaboration involves a quirky, hat-making label and a duo of customized jewelers/silversmith bikers in creating limited-edition head pieces.  Wrapped “Furoshiki” style using these bandannas will be the boxed headpiece or the headpiece itself.  We here at Evolution of Printing are huge fans of this Japanese “cloth gift wrapping” as it cuts down the waste created from paper.  Click on the following link for the Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan’s guide on how to wrap using Furoshiki.