ON THE BEACH . . . . . . . . . .
B O H O L P h i l i p p i n e s ?
by Joe KREDLOW I Nannette GONZALEZ
In March of 2011, artists Nannette Gonzalez and Joe Kredlow returned to the island of Bohol, Philippines, to recapture their memories of a place they had visited 20 years earlier.
What follows is a selection of photographs taken in and around Panglao Island, Bohol, at Alona Beach and other parts of the island, but not by any means typical photography.
Unfortunately, photographs of their earlier visit are nonexistent which might have allowed the reader to experience the drastic changes that has taken place in the 20 years.
At the time of their first visit, there were just a few resorts and now there are hundreds. Development, both good and bad, does happen; hopefully with the right control, the island will be able to preserve some of its beauty for our next visit.Go to my store for more!
Over 40 years of experience in the arts, including entrepreneurship in the areas of graphic design. Their work includes the design of numerous publications and printed materials for various corporate, academic, and professional clients. These consisted of corporate identities, logos, letterheads, posters, brochures, invitations, book covers and interiors, packaging, and signage. (Firm: KREDLOW / GONZALEZ) Graphic Design awards received include those from The American Institute of Graphic Arts (best 50 Book Design in the US), Cologne Book Fair Award, Print Magazine Design Competition, The Art Directors’ Club of Boston, New York Art Directors’ Club, National University and College Design Association, the reprinting of brochure by the Hammermill Paper Company, NAEB/PBS Concept Call Competition, and a regional American Institute of Architects.
Me Published February 03, 2016
K R E D L O W I G O N Z A L E Z Published February 02, 2016
S T I L L L I F E Published January 31, 2016
JAKARTA Published January 31, 2016
L O O K S 3 Published January 31, 2016
J A P A N Published January 31, 2016
MYNILA Published January 31, 2016
"my kid can do that" Published January 31, 2016