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Marvel Creative Day Out on its second year

The award-winning Marvel Creative Day Out is back.

In partnership with the National Commission of Culture and the Arts, this one-day Marvel creative and inspirational event, planned for Sept. 25 at College of Saint Benilde, will take you closer to your favorite epic stories of Marvel Super Heroes. This year’s event will not only showcase the world of Marvel comics but also fashion and other product designs for the first time.

Marvel Creative Day Out will continue to showcase local talents with acclaimed Filipino Marvel artists. 

Back for the second year, Leinil Francis Yu, sketcher for comic books Secret Invasion and The Avengers, will once again share the stage with Marvel Asia’s VP of Brand Development C.B. Cebulski to share the dynamic Marvel Universe that has evolved from a comic-book brand to the global entertainment brand that it is now. Allen Au-Yeung, VP of Creative for Disney China, will also be here for the first time to share how Marvel stories and characters come to life in fashion and product design.

Whether you’re a fan, an artist, or a designer (fashion/product), Marvel invites you to be a part of this ultimate celebration by expressing your love for the brand in the form of your creative work, which will be showcased in the event’s exhibition. Get creative with your Marvel submissions - anything from sketches, paintings, sculpture, installation, digital art, fashion designs in clothing and accessories or products designs. Submissions are open until Sept.15. To submit, you can go to: http://bit.ly/2wekNoU

Stay tuned for more details on the inspiring talks and workshops at Marvel Creative Day Out 2017. See you on Sept. 25 for yet another celebration of Marvel creativity.

Topics: Leinil Francis Yu , College of Saint Benilde , Marvel Creative Day Ou
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