Friday, February 24, 2012


Check out the first Collective Art Fair on Feb 25, Saturday 10am onwards at The Collective 7274 Malugay St Makati.

One day of food, art, music, toys, bikes, boards, clothes, bags, accessories, and more!!

Hang out with us!

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Tara Mcpherson celebrates with Vinyl on Vinyl !

TARA MCPHERSON at Vinyl on Vinyl's 2nd yr anniversary Exhibit and Toy Release February 8 (Wed), 8pm onwards

Perfoming Bands: Vulture Club, Bagetsafonik and Chillitees

Advance release of Bunny in the Moon book 3 available at Fully Booked.

Q&A at DLSU Benilde SDA Cinema Feb 8 1-4pm
Q&A at UP College of Fine Arts Corridor Gallery Feb 9 1-330pm

Brought to you by Vinyl on Vinyl, Fully Booked.
Special thanks to Spy Wine Cooler and Seawind Boracay.

Tara Mcpherson's back!!

New York-based artist Tara McPherson returns to Manila on February 8-9, 2012. This second visit is brought to you by Vinyl on Vinyl and Fully Booked.

Born in San Francisco in 1976 and raised in Los Angeles, McPherson received her BFA from the Art Center in Pasadena, California in August 2001. She graduated with honors in Illustration and a minor in Fine Art. She interned at Rough Draft Studios, and worked on Matt Groening's Futurama during her college days.

McPherson exhibits her paintings and serigraphs in fine art galleries all over the world. Named the crown princess of poster art by ELLE Magazine, she has created numerous gig posters for acts like Beck, Greenday, Faith No More, Rilo Kiley, and the Melvins. She has also created toys for companies like Kidrobot, Dark Horse, and Toy2R; painting comics and covers for DC Vertigo; advertising and editorial illustrations for companies such as Wyden+Kennedy and Spin Magazine. McPherson also teaches at Parsons in New York.

Her work has appeared in the graphic novel Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall. She also did the cover of Bridget Jones’s Diary for the Penguin Tattoo series. Soon, Dark Horse took notice and her first book, Lonely Heart: the Art of Tara McPherson, was subsequently published. This was followed by Lost Constellations; The Art of Tara McPherson Vol II.

McPherson believes in creating art inspired by people and their odd ways. Her characters exude an idealized innocence with hard-earned wisdom glinting in their eyes. She draws inspiration from childhood issues from childhood and life experiences. Her images are thought-provoking and seductive. People and their relationships are a central theme in her work.

On her first visit to Manila in 2010, Mc Pherson gave a talk at the International Multimedia Design Conference Graphika Manila. She also auctioned off several poster designs she did for bands, which local musicians performed covers of. This time, McPherson unveils her third book Bunny in the Moon for the very first time.

Fully Booked will prepare two dialog/books signings: one at the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, which will take place on February 8, 2012 (Wednesday) from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the SDA Cinema 12/F SDA Campus; the other will be at the University of the Philippines Diliman (U.P.) on February 9, 2012 (Thursday) from 1:00-3:30 p.m. at the U.P. College of Fine Arts Corridor Gallery.

The culminating event will take place during Vinyl on Vinyl’s second anniversary celebration, where McPherson will exhibit her original art and unveil a special Toy release, Lucius and Mountains, inspired by her legendary Melvins poster.

For more information, visit the Fully Booked website: and the Vinyl on Vinyl blog -