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Rebel with a cause

Five talented artists with a passion for Star Wars united for a charitable cause to create unique art pieces from crafted rebel pilot helmets reminiscent of those worn by X-Wing fighter pilots.

The artists are Allen Geneta, an illustrator, digital artist, and game designer with Ubisoft and Naughty Dog. A Darth Maul enthusiast, Allen directs his team of Star Wars hero costume enthusiasts who give back to the community through works of charity and volunteerism.

Talented Filipino artists who have banded together to create art pieces to be auctioned off with proceeds going to a chosen foundation

The auction features Kasaysayan, a piece by Andrew Villar, creator of Agents of Ambush and art director of Batibot, whose imaginations are ignited by Darth Vader and R2-D2 Kenner toys. Ruben Nacion, an art teacher, cartoonist, and editorial illustrator for newspaper publications also participates in the auction through his design called Anting-Anting. Pinagmulan, a design by JB Casakop, a Star Wars card game artist and co-founder of Artisans of the Force, is also part of the auction. Jeepney by Ronald Tan, creator of MidKnight and Muelle de Misterio and creative director of Ritual Design Studios, will be auctioned off as well.

Proceeds of the auction go to the Brighthalls Foundation – a foundation dedicated to the care and housing of kids , fours years old and below abandoned, neglected or surrendered. 

Auction is online via https://www.facebook.com/pinoyrebellion

Help support Rebel with a cause – Philippine Charity Auction and may the force be with you.

Topics: Star Wars , Allen Geneta , Andrew Villar , Ruben Nacion , JB Casakop , Ronald Tan
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