Klaypel, a proudly Philippine-made art product, marks its 17th year.
The company’s journey started in 2005 as a loving by-product of bonding between mother, Sue Morales, and daughter, Jela Morales.
Klaypel is a unique art medium made of moist colored paper intended to provide families, friends, and communities with a shared art experience.
“I’d fondly say that we are in the “dutdot business” because of how Klaypel is applied on each Klaypel kit canvas,” says Sue, the founder of Klaypel.
“In our 16 years in the dutdot business, we’ve seen relationships restored; anxiety surpassed; inspiration bloomed; and so much more. This is the power of each Klaypel art kit.”, Sue adds.
True to its mission to spark hope and inspire creativity – one color, one artwork, one story at a time, Klaypel is giving every Filipino artist (at least 18 years of age) , an opportunity to win up to P500,000.
Enter the BIGGEST KLAYPEL ART COMPETITION IN THE PHILIPPINES with a theme called “Usbong”.
“Usbong” is a Filipino term that means “sprouting; budding; growing”.
Why Usbong? Because Klaypel would like to help artists reignite their passion for the arts and give them a chance to showcase their art work to a broader audience.
A culminating activity will follow the Usbong Art Competition in a themed event called “Klaypel Land” which will be held in Clark from November to December 2022.
Learn the mechanics and register for “Usbong” here: www.klaypelph.com/usbong