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Capsule Collection [Vintage + Neon Edition] 3 x 15ml set

  • 3 x 15ml Set
  • Blaze 1970 [Silab]  -Blaze 1970 commemorates the “First Quarter Storm,” one of the earliest collective demonstrations led by students against the leadership and administration of President Marcos. This vibrant orange shade reminds us that we all have the fire within us to fight against injustice and demand accountability.
  • Pilgrim’s Blue 1970 [Peregrino]  -In November 1970, Pope Paul VI visited the Philippines. Known as the “Pilgrim Pope,” this color celebrates the deep and longstanding Catholic faith of Filipinos. This beautiful shade of blue is also reminiscent of the iconic habits of the nuns who held the line against the military during People Power I.
  • Pink Rose 1973 [Binibini]  -In 1973, Margie Moran of the Philippines won the Miss Universe pageant held in Athens, Greece, making her the second out of four winners who hail from the Philippines. Considered as beauty pageant powerhouse, pageantry in the Philippines is a source of deep pride and joy.
  • Pop! 1993 [Magnetic Blue] -Pop! 1993 celebrates Original Pinoy Music (OPM). Some of the most groundbreaking Filipino music came out during this period including songs from the band Eraserheads. Magnetic Blue is a bright shade of blue with shading.
  • Tagpuan 2046 [Electric Pink] -For the first time ever, we are using an international reference for a Vinta ink. A Wong Kar Wai film is a study in color and cinematography. 2046 is the epitome of color as language. Tagpuan means meeting place. Lovers, friends, and family, “when shall we three meet again?”
  • Astro 1980 [Android Teal] -In 1980, asteroid 6282 was discovered by Carolyn Shoemaker from the Palomar Observatory. Asteroid 6282 is “Edwalda” after two Filipinos Edwin L. Aguirre and Imelda B. Joson who wrote a book on Halley’s comet published in 1985.

The Vinta Vintage Collection takes inspiration from the “Dekada 70s,” or the Philippines during the 70s. This is a very interesting period in Philippine history where we have the convergence of greater political resistance from students as well as the rise of pop culture. At the same time that there is a growing resistance against the Marcos regime, there is also flourishing of art and culture. It is this special moment that we pay homage to in this collection.

The Vinta Neon Collection is a fun capsule collection that focuses on technology, the future, and contemporary art including film. We were thinking of technology, in particular, computers and space/time travel. While the Vintage Collection looks back in time, the Neon Collection looks to the future and the possibilities that await us.