Dynamic artist Dee Jae Pa’este is about to launch his art sessions at Sky Garden at the SM North EDSA beginning tomorrow, September 15 and will be displayed on the 22 & 28, 2013.
Dee Jae Pa’este was built and programmed in the Silicon Valley’s San Jose, CA. Born to a Irish-Polynesian mother and a Filipino father, family and culture has always been rooted in his art and lifestyle.
He has recently relocated to Manila, Philippines after spending the past 6 years in Japan and New York working in the art and fashion world and searching for the perfect piece of sushi and inspiration to match.
Stylistically, Dee Jae owes quite a bit to the graffiti scene and his peers in the tattoo world. His work has a strong, graphic sensibility, and consists of powerful, primary colors and bold, thick lines reminiscent of microchip circuitry and Polynesian tribal tattoos.
In order to convey his vision, Dee Jae dabbles with a wide variety of media, but most often finds himself comfortable with acrylic paints and spray cans. He likes the immediacy of it because it reflects the fast paced world around him.
His artwork reflects a “mixture of old world aesthetics and new world consciousness” and a pursuit of finding a balance amongst the two elements.
His work has appeared in a number of venues, galleries, & murals from New York, Los Angeles, Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Hawaii, and Japan.
See his creations at the Sky Garden on September 15, 22 and 28 at 12 noon.
Follow Dee Jae on Twitter @deejae408.
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