Signs by Mina Deocareza A house does not need not speak for you to know what’s going on you can tell by the creak. You know it’s close to breaking down when on the walls, you see the cracks and on the floor, you cannot run because you know, too, that it’ll break. The pillars, they seem tired holding on, tired of keeping things together. Anytime, you know they’ll fall down. The roof has already gone too sick catching rays of sun and drops of rain. Now it’s faded, with some spots of black; it’s been bruised and severely broken. For a house does not need not speak for you to know what’s going on.
Published on Oct 26, 2013
Fashion issue with fashion illustrator Daryl Feril on the cover. Also featuring Sunny Gu, Karolina Debosz, articles on routines, introspecti...